Samsung | SGH-I300 | Samsung SGH-I300 User Manual

Smartphone
SGH-i300
User’s Guide
Table of Contents
Important safety precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
CHAPTER 1
Getting started
What’s in the box? . . . . . . . .
Getting to know your phone .
Installing the SIM card . . . . .
Installing the battery . . . . . .
Charging your phone . . . . . .
Turning your phone on or off
CHAPTER 2
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. 8
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Using the Home screen . . . . . . . .
Start menu screen . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using My Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customising your phone . . . . . . . .
Locking the keys . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Launcher . . . . . . . . . . .
Using an optional memory card . . .
Adding and removing programmes
Managing certificates . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting your phone . . . . . . . . . .
Using online help . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SIM AT ( SIM Application Toolkit ) .
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The basics
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 3
Synchronisation
Installing ActiveSync . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customising connection settings . . . .
Connecting your phone to a computer
Synchronising information . . . . . . . .
Customising synchronisation settings .
CHAPTER 4
CHAPTER 5
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Checking if you are connected . . . . . .
Turning the phone functions on and off
Using the Dialling screen . . . . . . . . . .
Making a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced calling features . . . . . . . . . .
Answering or rejecting a call . . . . . . . .
Options during a call . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call-related features . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customising your phone functions . . . .
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Phone functions
Messaging, Internet, and Messenger
Messaging . . . .
Internet Explorer
Pocket MSN . . .
WAP Browser . .
MSN Messenger .
CHAPTER 6
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Organiser
Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
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CHAPTER 7
Multimedia
Camera . . . . . . . . . . .
SAMSUNG Media Player
Windows Media Player .
SRS WOW XT Settings
My Items . . . . . . . . . .
FunBox . . . . . . . . . . . .
CHAPTER 8
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Beaming with infrared connections . . . . . .
Beaming with Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Modem link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to the Internet or your network
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Extra programmes
Games . . . . . . .
Calculator . . . . .
Smart Converter
Voice Notes . . .
Voice Assist . . .
Time Manager . .
Picsel Viewer . . .
File Manager . . .
SIM Manager . .
Task Manager . .
CHAPTER 9
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Getting connected
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 10
Troubleshooting
General problems . . . . . . . .
Call problems . . . . . . . . . . .
Power and charging problems
Application problems . . . . . .
CHAPTER 11
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SAR certification information . . . . . . . . . .
European union notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Important safety information . . . . . . . . .
Safety precautions for power supply unit .
Care and maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cautions for using the HDD in the product
Microsoft End User License Agreement . . .
DESCRIPTION OF OTHER RIGHTS
AND LIMITATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Regulatory notices
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Important safety precautions
Read these guidelines before using your wireless phone.
Failure to comply with them may be dangerous or illegal.
Drive safely at all times
Do not use a hand-held phone while driving. Park the
vehicle first.
Switch off the phone when refuelling
Do not use the phone at a refuelling point (service station)
or near fuels or chemicals.
Switch off in an aircraft
Wireless phones can cause interference. Using them in an
aircraft is both illegal and dangerous.
Switch off the phone near all medical equipment
Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment
that could be sensitive to external radio frequency energy.
Follow any regulations or rules in force.
Interference
All wireless phones may be subject to interference, which
could affect their performance.
Be aware of special regulations
Meet any special regulations in force in any area and
always switch off your phone whenever it is forbidden to
use it, or when it may cause interference or danger.
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Water resistance
Your phone is not water-resistant. Keep it dry.
Sensible use
Use only in the normal position (held to the ear). Avoid
unnecessary contact with the antenna when the phone is
switched on.
Emergency calls
Key in the emergency number for your present location,
then press
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Keep your phone away from small children
Keep the phone and all its parts, including accessories, out
of the reach of small children.
Accessories and batteries
Use only Samsung-approved accessories and batteries. Use
of any unauthorised accessories could damage your phone
and may be dangerous.
CAUTION:
• The phone could explode if the battery is replaced with an
incorrect type.
• Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Qualified service
Only qualified service personnel may install or repair your
phone. Failure to do so may invalidate the warranty.
For more detailed safety information, see “Important safety
information” on page 216.
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Getting started
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Smartphone!
This chapter helps you set up your phone, charge the
phone’s batteries, and familiarise yourself with the different
components of your phone.
What’s in the box?
Your package contains the following items:
Phone
PC data link cable
Battery
Travel charger
CD-ROMs*
Quick reference guide
* One contains Microsoft ActiveSync software, Add-on software and
applications, and the other contains User’s Guide in PDF format.
In addition, you can obtain the following accessories for
your phone from your local Samsung dealer:
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Car charger/adapter
Standard/extended battery
Travel charger
PC data link cable
Bluetooth mono &
stereo headset kit
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Desktop holder
Bluetooth hands-free car kit
Straight headset
Bluetooth USB dongle kit
Note: The items supplied with your phone and available
accessories may be different depending on your country
or service provider.
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Getting started
Getting to know your phone
Front view
Infrared port
Service light
Earpiece
Headset jack
Display
Voice command key
SAMSUNG Media
Player key
Navigation key/
disc
OK key
Left soft key
Right soft key
Volume keys
Back/Clear key
Home key
Dialer/Send key
Alphanumeric
keys
End/Power
on or off key
Microphone
Special function
keys
Reset hole
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Getting started
Rear view
Phone/
Quick List key
Lock key
Camera lens
Camera flash
Battery lock
Speaker
Battery
Camera key
Memory card slot
Charging/
Communication port
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Getting started
Keys of your phone
Key
Description
• Press to open the Quick List screen.
• Press and hold to turn the phone functions
on or off.
Press and hold to lock the keys.
• Press and hold to open the Camera
application.
• Press to take a photo in Camera mode or
record a video in Camcorder mode.
Press to perform the command shown on the
screen immediately above the key.
• Press to switch to the Home screen in an
application.
• Press and hold to open the Launcher.
• Press to return to the previous screen.
• Press to delete characters in a text input
field.
Navigation (Left/Right/Up/Down) key or disc.
• Press to scroll through a list.
• Press to move the cursor in a text input field.
• Press to confirm your selection.
• Press to open the Dialling screen.
• Press to make or answer a call.
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Getting started
Key
Description
• Press and hold to turn the phone on or off.
• Press to end a call.
Press to enter numbers and characters.
• Press to change the letter-case in a text
input field.
• Press and hold to change the text input
mode.
• Press to enter a space in a text input field.
• Press and hold to activate or deactivate the
Silent profile.
• Press to open the Voice Notes application.
• Press to record a memo in the Voice Notes
application.
• Press and hold to open the Voice Assist
application.
Press to open the SAMSUNG Media Player
application.
Press to adjust the earpiece volume.
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Getting started
Installing the SIM card
When you subscribe to a cellular network, you are provided
with a plug-in SIM card loaded with your subscription
details, such as your PIN, any optional services available,
and many other details.
• Keep all miniature SIM cards out of the reach of small
children.
• The SIM card and its contacts can be easily damaged by
scratches or bending, so be careful when handling,
inserting, or removing the card.
• When installing the SIM card, always make sure that the
phone is switched off before you remove the battery.
Inserting the SIM card
1. If necessary, remove the battery by referring to page
15.
2. Insert and slide the SIM card under the two tabs, as
shown, ensuring that the gold coloured contacts of the
card face down into the phone.
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Getting started
Removing the SIM card
To remove the SIM card, slide the card out of the holder, as
shown.
Installing the battery
Installing the battery
1. Insert the teeth on the bottom of the battery into the
corresponding slots on the phone.
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Getting started
2. Press the battery against the back of the phone.
Make sure that the battery is securely locked before
switching on the phone.
Removing the battery
1. If necessary, switch off the phone by pressing and
until the power-off image displays.
holding
2. Pull and hold the battery lock, with the back of the
phone facing you.
3. Lift the battery away from the phone, as shown.
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Getting started
Charging your phone
1. Plug the connector of the travel charger into the bottom
of the phone. Check that the arrow on the connector is
facing up.
2. Plug the charger into a standard AC wall outlet.
You can see the LED on the charger indicating the
charging progress by the following colours:
• Red: the phone is being charged.
• Green: the phone is fully charged.
• Orange: the travel charger is not plugged in correctly.
Check the phone and the charger.
3. When charging is finished, unplug the charger from the
power outlet.
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Getting started
4. Remove the charger from the phone by pressing the
buttons on both sides of the connector and pulling the
connector out.
Note: Do not remove batteries while device is connected to
the charger or connector. It may cause malfunctions
and may damage the device.
Low battery warning
Your phone displays the Battery Very Low icon ( ) and a
warning message when the battery gets very low. If this
happens, charge the battery.
Turning your phone on or off
Press and hold
to turn on your phone. The phone is
logged into your home network and receives the signal
from the network. You can now make and answer a call
and use applications on the phone.
To turn off the phone, press and hold
.
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The basics
This chapter explains basic information about using your
phone, such as customising your phone and using online
help.
Using the Home screen
You will see the Home screen when you turn on your phone.
You can also display it by pressing
in an application or
the Home soft key from the Start menu.
On the Home screen, you can view important information
for the day or messages at a glance. You can also quickly
switch to the applications you recently accessed.
Status icons show a
specific status of
your phone.
Press to open the
Start menu and switch
to a programme.
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Alllows you to quickly
access new messages,
missed calls, today
schedule, or most recent
applications you used. Press
or spin the Naviation key to
scroll through the items.
Press to access the
Contacts application.
The basics
Status bar
On the top line of the screen, the Status bar displays icons
to show your phone’s current status. Followings are some
of the status icons you may see:
Status icon
Description
Shows the level of your battery power.
The more bars you see, the more power
you have remaining. You can also view
the following battery status:
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: Battery is very low.
Appears to tell you the current text input
mode.
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: T9 mode
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: Abc (Multipress) mode
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: Number mode
Appears when Ring type has been set to
Silent in the current active profile.
Appears when Ring type has been set to
Vibrate in the current active profile.
Also, appears when the Silent profile is
selected.
Appears when you’re roaming outside of
your home area and logged onto a
different network.
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The basics
Status icon
Description
Shows the strength of the signal.
You can also view the following service
status:
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: You are outside a service area.
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: The phone functions are turned off.
Appears when a GPRS connection is
available in the network. When
connection with a GPRS network is active,
appears.
Indicates that an instant message has
been received.
Appears when an SMS or MMS message
has been received.
Indicates that you can make calls using
phone line 1 only (network service).
Indicates that you can make calls using
phone line 2 only (network service).
Appears when a new voicemail has been
received.
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: A new voicemail from line 1.
•
: A new voicemail from line 2.
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: A new voicemail from both lines.
Appears when a call is in progress.
Appears when there is a call you have
missed.
Appears when you set incoming calls to
be diverted to another destination.
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The basics
Status icon
Description
Appears when the current call is on hold.
Appears when a data call is in progress.
Appears when the Bluetooth feature is
activated. See page 188.
Changing information from the Home
screen
From the Home screen, you can change information,
including:
• upcoming appointments
• profile options
• unread text messages
To change information on each item:
1. On the Home screen, scroll to the item you want to
change by pressing or spinning the Navigation key and
press
.
2. Enter or change the information.
For more information on changing these items, see
the appropriate instructions for each task in this
guide.
3. Press
or
to return to the Home screen.
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The basics
Customising the Home screen
You can customise the Home screen according to your
preferences.
To customise the Home screen:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Home Screen.
3. Scroll to the options you want and press
settings.
to select the
The following options are available:
• Home screen layout: Select the layout to be used for
the Home screen.
• Colour scheme: Select the colour scheme to be used
for the Home screen.
• Background image: Select an image to use as a
background image on the Home screen.
• Time out: Specify the length of time the phone waits
before returning the display to the Home screen if the
phone is not used.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
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The basics
Start menu screen
On the Start menu, you can access all of the applications
for your phone. From the Home screen, press the Start
soft key to open the Start menu screen.
Opening applications or folders
Scroll to an application or a folder by pressing the
Navigation key and press
to open it. You can also press
the number key assigned to the application you want.
Switching between applications
Your phone is a multi-tasking product. You can run multiple
applications at the same time and switch from one
application to another. On the Home screen, select one of
the recent applications by pressing the Navigation key and
.
press
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The basics
Closing applications
• Using Task Manager, you can end the applications which
are currently open.
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
More → More → Tools → Task Manager. Scroll to an
application, press the Menu soft key, and select Stop. If
you want to close all of the open applications, select Stop
All.
Entering text
The number keys of your phone are labelled with the
alphabet so that you can enter text easily.
Your phone has the following input modes:
• T9 mode
• Abc (Multipress) mode
• Symbol mode
• 123 mode
To change the text input mode:
1. On the text input field, press and hold
2. Select a mode from the pop-up menu list.
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The text input mode indicator appears on the top line of
the display.
Mode
Indicator
See
T9 mode
the next section.
Abc mode
page 26.
123 mode
page 28.
Symbol mode
no indicator
page 27.
T9 mode
T9 is a predictive text input mode that allows you to enter
any character with one keypress. This text input mode is
based on a built-in dictionary.
To enter a word in T9 mode:
1. Press the keys
each letter.
to
. Press each key only once for
The word that you are typing appears on the display. It
may change with each key that you press.
2. Enter the whole word before editing or deleting
characters.
3. If the word displays correctly, go to step 4.
If the word doesn’t display correctly, scroll to the word
on the word choice list, which displays alternative word
choices for the keys that you have pressed.
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4. Press
or
next word.
to insert a space and start entering the
To change the letter-case:
Press
. Three cases are available:
• Capital Lock
• Initial Lock
• Small Lock
To delete letters:
Press
. Press and hold
to clear the entire display.
To include a number:
Press and hold the corresponding number key.
Adding words
Sometimes T9 may not recognise the word you’re trying to
enter. If you can’t find the entered word from the pop-up
list, add the word to T9 dictionary so that it will recognise
the word the next time you enter it.
To add a word into the T9 dictionary:
1. Enter a word.
2. Select Add Word? from the word choice list.
3. Enter the word you want to add using ABC mode.
4. Press the Done soft key.
ABC mode
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ABC mode allows you to enter letters by pressing the key
labelled with the letter you want repeatedly until it
displays.
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To enter a word in Multipress mode:
1. Press the key labelled with the letter you want:
- Once for the first letter
- Twice for the second letter
- And so on
2. Enter other letters in the same way.
The cursor moves to the right when you press a
different key. When entering the same letter twice or a
different letter on the same key, just wait for seconds or
press the Right key, and then press the next letter.
3. Press
to insert a space between words.
To change the letter-case:
Press
. Three cases are available:
• Capital Lock
• Initial Lock
• Small Lock
To delete letters:
Press
. Press and hold
to clear the entire display.
To quickly include a number:
Press and hold the corresponding number key.
Symbol mode
This mode allows you to enter various symbols and function
marks.
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In the symbol list, scroll to the symbol you want and press
. To access more symbols, press the Prev or Next soft
key.
Note: You can quickly access Symbol mode by pressing and
holding
from any input mode.
123 mode
This mode allows you to enter numbers. Press the
corresponding number key.
Using My Text
In the Messaging or MSN Messenger application, use My
Text to quickly insert preset or frequently used sentences
into the text entry area.
To insert a My Text item:
1. While composing a message, press the Menu soft key
and select Insert Text.
2. Select a sentence.
Customising your phone
You can customise the phone settings to suit the way you
work.
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Regional settings
Using Regional Settings, you can change number,
currency, and time and date formats appropriate to the
countries in question.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Regional Settings.
3. Select the option you want in each field.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
If you changed the Language or Locale option, you
need to turn the phone off and then back on to make
your changes take effect. Press the OK soft key to
confirm.
Time and date settings
The Date and Time setting enables you to set the date,
time, and time zone.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Date and Time.
3. Set your time zone and the current date and time.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Note: You can change the time and date format to be
displayed in Regional Settings.
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Alarm settings
You can set an alarm to ring at a specified time.
To set an alarm:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Date and Time.
3. Scroll to the Alarm field and select On.
4. Scroll to the Alarm time field, and set the time for the
alarm to ring.
5. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
To stop an alarm:
When the time for an alarm comes, use either of two soft
keys to stop the alarm:
• Press the Dismiss soft key.
• Press the Menu soft key and select Snooze to stop the
alarm for 5 minutes, after which it will resume.
• To dismiss all alarms on the list, press the Menu soft key
and select Dismiss All.
Power settings
You can conserve battery power by adjusting the time-out
settings for the battery and display and the display
brightness. During standby, the phone goes to Sleep mode
after a specified period of time of inactivity, so very little
power is being consumed.
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A lower setting increases the usable battery time. A higher
setting decreases the usable battery time and allocates it
for standby usage.
To adjust the power setting:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Power Management.
3. Select the power settings:
• Main battery: You can check the remaining amount
of battery power.
• Backlight time out: You can select the length of time
the backlight stays on. A backlight illuminates the
display and the keypad. When you press any key, the
backlight turns on and remains on for the backlight
time-out period.
• Display time out: You can select the length of time
the display remains on.
• Display Brightness: You can adjust the brightness
for the display.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
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Accessibility settings
You can configure the options to increase the accessibility
to your phone’s functions.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Accessibility.
3. Select the options you want.
• System font size: allows you to set the size of the
font on your screen.
• Multipress time out: allows you to set the length of
time between keypresses when entering text in Abc
mode.
• Confirmation time out: allows you to set the delay
before an unconfirmed action times out.
• In-call alert volume: allows you to set the volume of
the alert tone that sounds when you are on a call.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Sound settings
You can customise various sound settings.
Setting sounds and notifications
Your phone reminds you in various ways when you have
something to do, receive a message, or press the keys on
the phone. For example, if you’ve set up an appointment in
Calendar, or an alarm in Date and Time, you are notified
in any of the following ways:
• A message box appears on the screen.
• A sound, which you can specify, is played.
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• The LED indicator flashes.
• Your phone vibrates.
You can change phone sounds by choosing types or sounds
for each event or by choosing a sound theme.
To choose reminder types and sounds:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Sounds.
3. Select the event for which to specify a sound.
4. Select the reminder type or ringtone.
5. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Notes:
• You can connect to the Internet and then download ringtones
that are in a .WAV or .MID format.
• To use a MP3 or WMA file as your call ringtone, it must be
saved in a HDD or Storage or Storage card folder.
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To choose the sound theme:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Sounds Theme.
3. Scroll to the theme you want and press the Done soft
key.
The selected sound theme affects all of the sound settings
in Sounds. If you selected None, all of the sound settings
in Sounds are changed to the factory default.
Changing the sound profile
Using Profiles, you can adjust and customise the phone
tones for different events or environments and then apply
the settings as a group. The currently selected profile
displays on the Home screen.
To change profiles:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
Settings → Profiles. A list of profiles opens.
2. On the Profiles list, select the profile you want.
Notes: You can quickly change the profile. Press
the profile you want from the Quick List.
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To customise profiles:
1. On the Profiles screen, scroll to the profile you want.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Edit.
3. Change the setting in each field. The settings may differ
depending on the selected profile.
If you selected Headset or Car in step 1, you can set
the time in which the phone answers an incoming call
automatically when you connect the headset or car kit
to your phone.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Note: To change all profile settings to their factory default,
press the Menu soft key from the profile list and select
Reset to default.
Owner information
Owner Information identifies the owner or user of the
phone. Set your contact information in case you have lost
the phone.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Owner Information.
3. Fill in each input field.
4. If you want to attach notes, enter notes in the Notes
field.
5. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
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Security settings
With options in Security, you can protect your phone and
SIM card from unathorised use.
Locking the phone
You can protect your phone using the Phone Lock feature.
Once the feature is enabled, your phone is automatically
locked after the specified period of inactivity.
Note: Even if the phone is locked, you will be able to receive
calls.
To lock the phone:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Security.
3. On the Security screen, select Enable Phone Lock.
4. In the Lock phone after field, select a length of time of
inactivity the phone waits before locking itself.
5. Enter a password in the Password field using the
number keypad.
6. Re-enter the same password in the Confirm password
field for confirmation.
7. Press the Done soft key.
Note: You can also quickly lock the phone by pressing
selecting Device lock from the Quick List.
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To unlock your phone:
1. On the Home screen, press the Unlock soft key.
2. Enter the password and press the Unlock soft key.
To disable the phone lock:
1. On the Security screen, select Disable Phone Lock.
2. Enter the password and press the Done soft key.
Activating SIM PIN
When this option is enabled, you must enter your PIN each
time you turn the phone on or insert the current SIM card
into another device. Consequently, any person who does
not have your PIN cannot use your phone without your
approval.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Security.
3. On the Security screen, select Enable SIM PIN.
4. Enter the PIN and press the Done soft key.
Changing PIN
You can change your current PIN to a new one. This option
is only available the Enable SIM PIN option is activated.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Security.
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3. On the Security screen, select Change PIN.
4. Enter the old PIN, a new one, and then the new one
again.
5. Press the Done soft key.
Locking the SIM card
When this option is enabled, your phone works only with
the current SIM card.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Security.
3. On the Security screen, select Enable SIM Lock.
4. Enter a password for your SIM card, and re-enter the
password for confirmation.
5. Press the Done soft key.
Changing PIN2
This option allows you to change your current PIN2 to a
new one. You must enter the current PIN2 before you can
specify a new one.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Security.
3. On the Security screen, select Change PIN2.
4. Enter the old PIN2, then a new one, and re-enter the
new PIN2 for confirmation.
5. Press the Done soft key.
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Menu shortcut settings
The number keys can be used as shortcut keys to directly
access specific applications that exist in the Start menu.
Note: You can also assign phone numbers, e-mail addresses,
or Web pages in Contacts to the number keys as speed
dial entries. For details about setting the speed dial list,
see page 75.
To assign a shortcut to a key:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Scroll to the application you want to assign to a key.
3. Press the Menu soft key and select Add Speed Dial.
4. If necessary, enter a name you want in the Name field.
5. Select a location in the Keypad assignment field and
press the Done soft key.
The application is assigned to the specified location.
Note: Up to 99 Speed Dial locations are available.
Locations 0 and 1 are reserved for the international
call prefix “+” and the voicemail centre number,
respectively.
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To access a menu using short cuts, press and hold the
number key(s) on the Home screen.
Note: To ensure that operations, such as moving or saving
files, proceed to completion, wait at least 50 seconds
before removing the battery.
Locking the keys
You can lock the function keys to keep any accidental key
presses from causing applications’ launch or phone switch
on or off.
To lock the keypad:
Press
on the right side of the phone and select Key lock
on the Quick List, or press and hold .
To unlock the keypad:
Press the Unlock soft key or press and hold
press
.
, and then
Using the Launcher
Using the Launcher, you can view the applications in the
Start menu categorised by type, and quickly access the
application you want.
To open the Launcher:
On the Home screen, press and hold
key.
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Opening an application
1. On the Launcher screen, press the Next soft key and
select the group you want.
2. Select the application you want.
Moving an application
You can move an application within a group or to another
group.
1. On the Launcher screen, scroll to the application you
want to move.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Move. The selected
application icon blinks.
3. Move the application to the position you want.
To select the group to which you want the application
moved, press the Menu soft key and select Change
Group. Select the category and the position in the
category.
4. Press the Done soft key.
Creating a new category
You can create new categories to organise applications on
the phone.
1. On the Launcher screen, press the Menu soft key.
2. Select Edit Group → New.
3. Enter a new category name.
4. Press the Add soft key.
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Managing categories
You can rename and delete the categories.
1. On the Launcher screen, select the category you want
by pressing the Next soft key.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Edit Group.
3. Select Rename to rename the selected category.
Change the name and then press the OK soft key.
Select Delete to delete the category. When the
confirmation message appears, press the OK soft key.
Using an optional memory card
Your phone has an expansion slot compatible with Trans
Flash(T-Flash) memory cards, which are primarily used to
back up or transfer files and data.
1. Push the memory card into the slot until it clicks into
place. The card is secure when it is not protruding from
the phone.
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2. To remove the card, push it in and release so that it is
disengaged from the slot. Then slide the card out.
Adding and removing programmes
Programmes added to your phone at the factory are stored
in ROM (Read Only Memory). You cannot remove this
software, and you’ll never accidentally lose ROM contents.
ROM programmes can be updated using special installation
programmes with a *.xip extension.
You can install any programme created for your phone, as
long as the phone has enough memory. The most popular
place to find software for your phone is on the Phone Web
site (http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/Smartphone).
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Adding programmes using ActiveSync
You can install programmes downloaded from the Internet
or included on the supplied software CD-ROM by
performing a synchronisation between your phone and
your PC.
First you need to determine what your phone and
processor type is so that you know which version of the
software to install.
To add a programme:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
Settings → About. Check the version of your phone.
2. Download a programme to your PC from the Internet or
insert the CD or disk that contains the programme into
your PC.
You may see a single *.xip, *.exe, or *.zip file, a
Setup.exe file, or several versions of files for different
device types and processors. Be sure to select the
programme designed for the phone and your phone’s
processor type.
3. Read any installation instructions, Read Me files, or
documentation that comes with the programme. Many
programmes provide special installation instructions.
4. Connect your phone to your PC and make sure that the
ActiveSync is activated.
For more information on ActiveSync, see page 54.
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5. Double-click the *.exe file on the PC.
If the file is an installer, the installation wizard will
begin. Follow the instructions on the screen. Once the
software has been installed on your PC, the installer will
automatically transfer the software to your phone.
If the file is not an installer, you will see an error
message stating that the programme is valid, but it is
designed for a different type of PC. You will need to
move this file to your phone. If you cannot find any
installation instructions for the programme in the Read
Me file or documentation, use ActiveSync Explore to
copy the programme file to the Program Files folder on
your phone. For more information on copying files using
ActiveSync, see ActiveSync Help on your PC.
6. Once installation is completed, you can view and open
the programme by accessing the File Manager
application.
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Adding a programme directly from the
Internet
First, you need to determine what your phone and
processor type is so that you know which version of the
software to install.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
Settings → About. Check the version of your phone.
2. Download the programme to your phone straight from
the Internet using Internet Explorer on your phone.
You may see a single *.xip, *.exe, or *.zip file, a
setup.exe file, or several versions of files for different
device types and processors. Be sure to select the
programme designed for the phone and your phone’s
processor type.
3. Read any installation instructions, Read Me files, or
documentation that comes with the programme. Many
programmes provide special installation instructions.
4. Select the file, such as a *.xip or *.exe file. The
installation wizard will start. Follow the directions on the
screen.
5. Once installation is complete, you can view and open the
programme by accessing the File Manager application.
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Removing programmes
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Remove Programs.
3. Select the programme you want to delete.
4. Press the Menu soft key and select Remove.
5. Press the Yes soft key to confirm the deletion.
6. When you have finished, press the OK soft key.
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Managing certificates
On your phone you can add and delete public key
certificates. Certificates help establish your identity when
you log on to a secured network or establish the identity of
other computers, such as servers, with which you connect.
You can store the following two types of certificates on your
phone.
• Root certificates: help to establish the identity of
servers with which you connect. This helps to prevent
unauthorised users from accessing your phone and
information.
• Personal certificates: help to establish your identity,
when you log on to a secured network, such as a
corporate network.
Viewing certificates
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Certificates → Personal or
Root.
The list displays the name of the certificate issuer and
expiration date.
3. To view more details, select the certificate.
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Deleting a certificate
1. Scroll to the certicate you want on the list.
2. Press the Menu soft key and then select Delete.
3. Press the Yes soft key to confirm the deletion.
Resetting your phone
You can perform a soft reset or a hard reset – a soft reset
restarts your phone and a hard reset returns your phone to
its factory setting and remove all of the programmes and
data you have added. As the result of a soft reset some
data may be lost in programmes that are open.
However, the result of a hard reset is wiping out of new
programmes you have added – i.e., the phone will only
have the software that was present when you bought it.
Performing a soft reset
If your phone responds slowly, stops responding, or
freezes, try a soft reset. A soft reset causes the phone to
restart and re-adjust memory allocation. Unsaved data in
open windows may be lost.
To perform a soft reset use either of the following ways:
• With a pointed tool, press the reset button inside the hole
at the bottom of the phone.
• Remove the battery and then reinstall it.
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Performing a hard reset
You can return the phone to its factory setting and remove
all of the programmes and data you have added.
To perform a hard reset:
1. Turn off the phone and remove the battery and install it
again.
2. While holding
, press and hold
.
3. Enter the initialisation password in the Enter password
field. The reset password is preset to “1234” at the
factory.
Your phone resets the system after about 6 or 7
minutes.
Changing initialisation password
You can change the reset password to prevent the phone
from being initialised by unauthorised people.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Security → Initialization
PW.
3. Enter the old password, then a new one, and re-enter
the new password for confirmation.
4. Press the Done soft key.
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Using online help
Your phone is supported by additional information available
online, or on the CD-ROM that came with your phone.
For information on:
see:
additional programmes
that can be installed on
your phone,
the supplied CD-ROM.
connecting to and
synchronising with a
PC,
the User’s Guide or ActiveSync
Help on your PC. To view the
ActiveSync help, click the
ActiveSync icon on the Windows
task bar.
up-to-date information
on your phone,
http://www.microsoft.com/
mobile/smartphone.
SIM AT ( SIM Application Toolkit )
This is available if you use a SIM AT card that provides
additional services, such as news, weather, sports,
entertainment, and location services. Available services
may vary, depending on your service provider’s plans.
For details, see your SIM card instructions or contact your
service provider.
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Synchronisation
Using Microsoft® ActiveSync®, you can synchronise data on
your desktop computer with the data on your phone.
Synchronisation compares the data on your phone with
your desktop computer and updates both your phone and
computer with the most recent data. For example:
• Keep Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, or Inbox data up-to-date
by synchronising your phone with Microsoft Outlook data
on your desktop computer.
With ActiveSync, you can also:
• Back up and restore your phone data.
• Copy (rather than synchronise) files between your phone
and desktop computer.
• Control the moment when synchronisation occurs by
selecting a synchronisation mode. For example, you can
synchronise continually while connected to your desktop
computer or only when you choose the synchronise
command.
• Select data types to be synchronised and control the
amount of synchronised data. For example, you may
choose how many weeks of past appointments to
synchronise.
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WARNING!
• ActiveSync synchronises two devices using the most recent
data. Therefore, if you delete some specific data from the
phone after synchronisation, and then perform a
synchronisation again, the corresponding data on the
computer will be deleted. Be careful not to lose important
data.
• If you turn off the phone after copying files to any folders,
except for the Storage folder, using ActiveSync, all files in
those folders will be deleted. Store important files in the
Storage folder to prevent from being deleted.
Installing ActiveSync
Before you can begin synchronisation with your desktop
computer, you must install ActiveSync on your desktop
computer using the supplied CD-ROM. You can also
download the latest version of ActiveSync from the
Microsoft web site (http://www.microsoft.com).
To install ActiveSync on your desktop computer:
1. Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of your
desktop computer.
Alternatively, double-click the downloaded ActiveSync
installer.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen for installing
Microsoft ActiveSync.
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3. When installation is completed, the ActiveSync New
Partnership Wizard helps you to connect your phone to
your desktop computer, to set up a partnership so that
you can synchronise information between your phone
and your desktop computer and/or server, and to
customise your synchronisation settings.
Note: After installing ActiveSync, a window appears prompting
you to connect for the partnership setting. See page 56
for more information on connecting the phone and a
computer.
Important: To prevent synchronisation problems, select
Synchronize with Microsoft Mobile Information
Server and/or this desktop computer only if you
are certain that your company is running Microsoft
Mobile Information Server 2002 or later, and you
know the server name. Otherwise, select
Synchronize with this desktop computer
instead. For more information, contact your
network administrator or service provider.
Your first synchronisation process will automatically begin
when you finish using the wizard.
After the first synchronisation, take a look at Calendar,
Contacts, and Tasks on your phone. You will notice that
your information has been copied to the phone. Disconnect
the phone from the desktop computer and you are ready to
go!
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Customising connection settings
To establish a connection between your computer and the
phone, you must enable the connection(s) you want to use
in the ActiveSync programme. By default, all connections
are enabled.
1. From the ActiveSync window on your computer, select
File → Connection Settings....
2. Change the connection settings.
3. Click OK.
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Connecting your phone to a
computer
To connect the phone to your computer, you can choose
one of the following ways:
• Using the PC data link cable
• Using the infrared port
• Using a Bluetooth connection
Connecting with the USB cable
Connect one end of the PC data link cable to the bottom of
the phone and the other end to the USB port on your
computer.
Note: USB mode of your phone must be set to ActiveSync.
Press the Start soft key and select Settings → More...
→ USB Mode. Then change the mode.
The connection is established and the Microsoft ActiveSync
window appears. The synchronisation automatically begins.
Connecting via the infrared port
1. Align the infrared ports on your phone and the
computer.
Note: If only your phone activates an LCD screen , you can
use the infrared port.
2. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
ActiveSync.
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3. Press the Menu soft key and select Connect via IR.
Once the connections is established,
appears on the
Windows task bar.
Note: If your computer doesn’t have an infrared port, you can
purchase a USB-IrDA adapter.
Connecting via Bluetooth
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
ActiveSync.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Connect via
Bluetooth.
3. Press the Menu soft key and select New to search for a
new Bluetooth-compatible computer.
4. Select your Bluetooth-compatible computer to pair the
phone with the computer.
5. Enter a Bluetooth passkey and press the Done soft key.
This key is used just once and you don’t need to
memorise it.
When you enter the same key on your computer, paring
is finished.
6. Enter a display name for the computer and press the
Done soft key.
7. Press the OK soft key.
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Synchronising information
1. Connect your phone to your computer.
For more information on connecting the phone and the
computer, see page 56.
2. The ActiveSync screen on your computer automatically
appears and synchronisation starts.
Shows the
synchronisation status.
Shows types of
information to be
synchronised.
Once the synchronisation is completed, the phone stays
connected to the computer. If any change is made,
ActiveSync automatically begins synchronisation. You can
start synchronisation at any time by pressing the Sync soft
key. To stop synchronisation, press the Stop soft key.
Open the file directory on the phone by clicking Explore
from the Microsoft ActiveSync window. You can copy files
quickly and easily from the phone to the computer or vice
versa.
To break the connection, disconnect the PC data link cable
or remove the phone out of the infrared or Bluetooth range.
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Note: To synchronise Bluetooth devices with a compatible PC,
you need the Bluetooth stack for Windows XP Service
Pack 2 on your PC.
Synchronisation
Customising synchronisation
settings
You can customise various setting options for
synchronisation with a PC and a server, and set the
synchronisation schedule.
Note: To set the synchronisation options, you first need to
disconnect your phone from the PC.
Change the synchronisation schedule
You can schedule synchronisation of your phone on two
separate times. Use the peak time schedule to synchronise
during working hours or other times when you experience
higher mail volumes. Use the off-peak time schedule to
synchronise during times when you experience lower mail
volumes. When you are roaming, you can synchronise
manually to reduce roaming charges, or synchronise using
the mobile schedules.
1. In ActiveSync on your phone, press the Menu soft key
and select Options → Mobile Schedule.
2. Set each option:
• To synchronise periodically during peak times, select a
frequency of synchronisation in the Peak time sync
field.
• To synchronise periodically during off-peak times,
select a frequency of synchronisation in the Off-peak
time sync field.
• To set synchronisation while roaming, select a
frequency in the Roaming sync field.
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• To synchronise each time you send an e-mail, select
Sync outgoing items as they are sent.
• To set the days and hours for peak times, press the
Menu soft key and select Peak Times.
3. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Setting PC synchronisation
1. In ActiveSync on your phone, press the Menu soft key
and select Options → PC Settings.
2. Select your computer name from the Use field.
3. Select one or both of the following:
• Select Use mobile schedule to sync with this PC if
you want to synchronise the phone with the PC at
scheduled intervals.
• Select Sync with this PC during manual sync if you
want to synchronise the phone with this PC.
4. Press the Menu soft key and select Advanced.
5. Select the connection type to be used.
6. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
7. Press the Done soft key.
Note: For more information on the conditions that must be
met on the PC and how to change synchronisation
options, see ActiveSync Help on the PC.
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Setting server synchronisation
You can synchronise information automatically as items
arrive only if your company is running Microsoft Exchange
Server with Exchange ActiveSync.
Note: You can also set up a connection to synchronise
remotely with a server when you first create a
partnership between your phone and your PC.
To configure an Exchange server connection:
1. In ActiveSync on your phone, press the Menu soft key
and select Options → Server Settings.
2. Select Connection and enter your Microsoft Exchange
user name, password, and domain name.
If you want the device to save your password so that
you need not enter it when connecting, select Save
password.
3. In the Server Name field, enter the name of the
Exchange server to which you want to connect.
4. Select This server uses an SSL connection to use a
SSL protocol for server access.
5. If you want to set the frequency to synchronise the
phone with your server when connected to a PC, press
the Menu soft key and select Rules and then select
desired options.
6. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
7. Press the Done soft key.
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To change Exchange server synchronisation settings:
1. In ActiveSync on your phone, press the Menu soft key
and select Options → Server Settings.
2. Select the types of information that you want to
synchronise with the server: Inbox, Calendar, or
Contacts.
3. Do one of the following:
• To synchronise Calendar, Contacts, or Inbox
information, select Sync [Information Type] with a
server.
• Change the duration of days for which data will be
synchornised. For Inbox, you can also change the
amount of data to be synchronised and the maximum
e-mail size. Note that there are no synchronisation
settings for Contacts.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
To change the rule for resolving conflicts:
If items change on both your phone and server, conflicts
will arise during synchronisation.
1. In ActiveSync on your phone, press the Menu soft key
and select Options → Server Settings.
2. Select Conflicts and select the rule in the When
conflicts occur field.
3. Press the Done soft key.
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Phone functions
As well as all the standard features of a mobile phone, such
as mailbox and call history, there are several dialling
features unique to your phone. For example, you can take
notes while talking, dial directly from Contacts and easily
transfer contacts between your SIM card and your phone’s
memory.
This chapter explains all of the call functions provided by
your phone.
Checking if you are connected
The default settings for your phone are programmed with
the assumption that you want to use the phone mode.
Therefore, supposing you have inserted a SIM card, your
phone will activate your mobile phone connection to your
service provider’s network.
The icon indicates that you are connected to the network
of your mobile phone operator. A full strength signal is
indicated by
and as the strength of the signal diminishes
so will the number of vertical bars in the icon, with no bars
indicating no signal.
Turning the phone functions on and
off
You can choose to turn off the phone functions and just use
the PDA functions at any time and then turn it back on
when you want.
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Note: In many countries you are required by law to turn off
the phone functions when you fly. To turn off the display
of your phone doesn’t actually turn off the phone
functions; you must turn off your wireless connection to
your operator’s network.
To turn the phone functions off:
Press and hold
on the right side of the phone until
appears on the status bar of the screen. Or press
and
select Flight mode.
To turn the phone functions on:
Press and hold
until
appears on the status bar of the
screen. Or press
and select Flight mode off.
Using the Dialling screen
When you start entering a number or press
, the
Dialling screen opens. You can view the most recent calls
you have dialled, received, and missed on the screen.
From the Dialling screen, you can save a number in
Contacts directory by pressing the Save soft key. You can
also access Contacts or view the call information after
pressing the Menu soft key
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Making a call
You can make a phone call using the number keypad.
1. Enter a number or a contact name using the keypad.
If there are numbers that contain your input in Call
History or Contacts, they are listed so that you can
quickly select one.
2. Press
to make a call.
While the number dials, if the number is already in
Contacts, the corresponding name displays.
When a call is connected, the call duration displays.
During a call, you can use several call options. For
details, see page 69.
Note: To adjust the earpiece volume during a call, press on
the left side of your phone to increase or decrease
the volume level.
3. To end the call, press
.
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Advanced calling features
You can make a call from the Contacts, Speed Dial, and
Call History.
Making a call from Contacts
1. On the Home screen, press the Contacts soft key.
You can also press the Start soft key and select
Contacts.
2. Select a contact card from the contact list.
3. Scroll to a number and press
.
Making a call from Speed Dial
Speed Dial is a list you can create of often-dialled numbers.
Information on adding a number to Speed Dial is detailed
on page 73.
By memorising the position on the Speed Dial list, you can
dial the number simply by entering that number.
Alternatively, if you don’t remember the position of a
number, access the Speed Dial list:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
More → Speed Dial.
2. Scroll to the number you want, and then press
the Go soft key.
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Making a call using name dialling
You can make a phone call by saying the name that has
been assigned to a contact in Contacts or on the SIM card.
For details, see page 166.
Making a call from the Call History
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
Call History.
Note:
is for incoming calls,
is for missed calls.
is for outgoing calls, and
2. To view the calls categorised by call type, press the
Menu soft key, select Filter, and select a category from
the pop-up list.
3. Scroll to the number and then press
.
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Making an international call
1. Press and hold
until the + sign appears. The +
replaces the international access code.
2. Enter the full phone number you want to dial. It includes
the country code, the area code (without the leading
zero), and the phone number.
3. Press
.
Note: You can set the international access code. On the Home
screen, press the Start soft key, select Settings →
Phone → Call Options. Enter a code in the Country
code field and press the Done soft key.
Making an emergency call
Your phone provides the emergency number 112. This
number can normally be used to make an emergency call in
any country, with or without a SIM card inserted, if you are
within a mobile phone network’s service area.
Enter the emergency number 112 and press
.
Notes:
• Some mobile phone service providers may require a SIM
card to be inserted, and in some cases the PIN to be entered
as well.
• In some cases, other emergency numbers may also be
accessed. Your mobile phone service provider may save
additional local emergency numbers on the SIM card.
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Answering or rejecting a call
• Press the Accept soft key or press
reject a received call.
• Press the Reject soft key or press
to answer or
to reject the call.
Note: If you reject a call, the busy tone is sent out. Depending
on the network service provider, you may be guided to
the voicemail server of the other person.
• When the phone rings, you can mute the ringer by
pressing
.
Options during a call
Your phone provides a number of control functions that you
can use while a call is in progress.
Putting a call on hold
If a person is trying to call you when you are talking on the
phone, a notification window will pop out.
1. Press the Accept soft key to answer the second call and
put the first on hold.
2. To swap back and forth between the two callers, press
the Swap soft key.
3. To end the second call and go back to the first, press the
End soft key or press
.
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Setting up conference calling
1. Put a call on hold, dial a second number, and wait for it
to be picked up. Alternatively, accept a second incoming
call when you already have one in progress.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Conference.
If the conference connection is successful, the word
“Conference” will appear at the top of the screen.
3. Press the Hold soft key to place the conference call on
hold and make a new call or answer a second call.
4. Press the Menu soft key and select Join to join
together all existing calls. You can add up to 5
participants.
To talk privately to a person during a conference call,
press the Menu soft key and select Private. When the
list of call participants appears, select one.
Switching a call to a Bluetooth headset
During a call, you can switch to a Bluetooth headset, if the
Bluetooth connection is active, press and hold
for about
4 seconds. To switch the call back to the phone, press and
hold the key again for the same length of time. If the
connection is inactive, just press
to switch to the
headset. In order to use the headset, it and the phone
need to be paired, and the headset turned on.
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Call-related features
Checking your voicemail
The first speed dial location is assigned to your voicemail
box by default. When you insert your SIM card into the
phone, it will automatically detect and set as default the
voicemail centre number of your mobile service provider.
To check your voicemail, press and hold
from the
Dialling screen. You can also press the Start soft key and
select More → Speed Dial. Scroll to Voice Mail and press
the Go soft key.
Note: You can check and change the voicemail centre number.
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key, select
Settings → Phone → Call Options, and check Voice
mail number.
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Adding and transferring contact
information
There are a number of ways in which telephone numbers
and contacts can be entered and stored, and there are also
a number of ways to make a phone call. Therefore it is
important to be able to transfer those contacts between the
programmes used to make calls.
Places where contacts can be entered into your
phone and stored
• Your SIM card: You can exchange your SIM card between
your phone and other devices; while using other devices,
you can create one or more new contacts on the SIM
card.
• Contacts.
• Call History: New contact numbers can be found in
incoming calls or missed calls.
Why transfer numbers?
• In the event you lose your SIM card while using it in
another device, your SIM numbers will be backed up on
to your device.
• If you want to transfer a number to Speed Dial, it must
be in Contacts, not on the SIM card.
• If you are using your SIM in another device, you may
need the numbers stored in Contacts.
• Transferring numbers to Contacts allows you to create
more detailed records.
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Managing the Speed Dial list
You can assign frequently-used phone numbers, e-mail
addresses, or web pages in Contacts to the speed dial
location 2 through 99. The location 0 and 1 on the Speed
Dial list is preset for the international call prefix + and the
voicemail centre number, respectively.
Using this application, you just need to press and hold a
number key to dial a phone number, create a new e-mail,
or go to a web page.
Note: You cannot create a speed dial for a phone number
stored on the SIM card.
To add a contact to the Speed Dial list:
1. On the Home screen, press the Contacts soft key.
You can also press the Start soft key and select
Contacts.
2. Select a contact from the list.
3. Scroll to a number, e-mail address, or Web page
address.
4. Press the Menu soft key and select Add Speed Dial.
5. If necessary, enter the name you want.
6. In the Keypad assignment field, select a location.
7. Press the Done soft key.
To delete location assignments:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
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2. Select More → Speed Dial.
3. On the Speed Dial list, select a number.
4. Press the Menu soft key and select Delete.
5. When the confirmation message appears, press the Yes
soft key.
Managing your Call History
The Call History details all incoming, outgoing, and
missed calls, and also provides a summary of total calls. It
can also tell you when a call was initiated and how long it
lasted.
To open the Call History:
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
Call History. A list of all calls appears.
If necessary, select the category of the call history to be
displayed by pressing the Menu soft key and selecting
Filter.
Calls are categorised as below:
• No Filter: shows all calls made to and from the phone in
chronological order.
• Missed Calls: shows only calls that were not answered.
• Incoming Calls: shows only calls made to the phone.
• Outgoing Calls: shows only calls made from the phone.
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Viewing details of calls
• To view the duration of a call and time and date you
received or made it, scroll to the call you want to view
and press
.
• To view contact information, scroll to a contact, press the
Menu soft key, and select Find Contact.
• To send an e-mail message using the e-mail address on
the call history, scroll to the contacts press the Menu soft
key, and select Email.
• To delete individual calls, scroll to the contact, press the
Menu soft key, and then select Delete.
• To save the phone number on the selected call history as
a new contact or add it to an existing contact, scroll to
the contact and press the Save soft key.
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Viewing call timers
In Call History, you can view the duration of your calls. This
option is convenient for estimating your usage.
To view the call timers:
1. On the Call History screen, press the Menu soft key and
select View Timers.
You can view the total call time, the last call time, the
time of calls you received and made, and a lifetime
counter. You can also view the time you reset the call
time.
2. Press the Done soft key.
You can easily erase the call time records at any time,
except for Lifetime calls, by pressing the Menu soft key
and selecting Reset Timers.
Viewing call cost
This network feature lets you view the cost of calls. You can
set the maximum cost to limit the cost of your calls to a
certain amount of charging units or units of currency. When
the max cost is active, calls can be made only as long as
the preset max cost is not exceeded.
Viewing call cost may not be available, depending on
particular SIM cards. For more information, contact your
service provider.
To view the cost of calls:
1. On the Call history screen, press the Menu soft key and
select Call Cost.
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2. Select the option you want.
• Last Call Cost: shows the cost of the last call you
made.
• Total Cost: shows the total cost of all calls made
since the cost counter was last reset. If the total cost
exceeds the maximum cost set in the Set Max Cost
option, you can no longer make any calls until you
reset the counter.
• Max Cost: shows the maximum cost set in the Set
Max Cost option.
• Reset Counters: allows you to reset the cost counter.
Before resetting, you must first enter your PIN2.
• Set Max Cost: allows you to enter the maximum cost
that you authorise for your calls. After finishing, you
must enter your PIN2.
• Price/Unit: allows you to set the cost of one unit. This
price per unit is applied when calculating the cost of
your calls. After finished, you must enter your PIN2.
3. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
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Customising your phone functions
You can personalise the settings of your phone, the
services you have, and the network to which you are
connected.
Call options
You can customise settings related to call functions, such
as an answering option, voicemail and SMS access
numbers, and country and area codes.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Phone → Call Options.
3. Select the option you want in each field.
• Any key answer: When this box is checked, you can
answer incoming calls by pressing any key, except for
,
,
, and
.
• Show SIM contacts: When this box is checked, the
contacts stored on the SIM card are displayed on the
Contacts list.
• Voice mail number/SMS service centre: When you
insert your SIM card into your phone, it automatically
detects and sets your voicemail centre and SMS access
numbers by default. You can change the numbers.
• Country code/Dialling code: You can enter a
country code or area code.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
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Service LED
You can change the colour of the service LED to indicate
the service status.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Phone → More → Service LED.
3. Select a colour and press the Done soft key.
Tones
You can turn the connect tone and minute minder tone on
or off for outgoing calls.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Phone → Extra Tones.
3. Select the option you want in each field.
• Connect Tone: You can choose whether or not your
phone plays an alert tone when your call is connected.
• Minute Minder Tone: You can choose whether or not
your phone plays an alert tone every minute.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Caller ID
When you place a call, your phone number can be
displayed to or hidden from the person to whom you are
calling. You can enable or disable the display of your caller
indentification.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
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2. Select Settings → Phone → Caller ID.
3. In the Provide my caller ID to field, select No one to
hide your caller ID or Everyone to display it to all. If
you want to display your caller ID to the contacts stored
in Contacts, select Only my contacts.
4. Press the Done soft key.
Network settings
You can set the phone to automatically select a network or
select a network manually when you are roaming out of a
service area.
Finding a network
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
Settings → Phone → More → Networks.
2. Press the Menu soft and select Find a New Network
(retrieving settings may take a few minutes).
Note: You can enable this function when the phone is
currently out of network service.
The current network is displayed in the Current
network field.
3. Press the Done soft key.
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Selecting a network
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
Settings → Phone → More → Networks.
2. Select either Automatic or Manual in the Network
selection field (retrieving settings may take a few
minutes when you select Manual).
3. If you select Manual, press the Menu soft key and
select Select a Network. Select a network you want
and press the Done soft key.
You are connected to that network.
If you select Automatic, select the preferred network.
See the next section.
4. Press the Done soft key.
Setting preferred networks
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
Settings → Phone → More → Networks.
2. Press the Menu soft and select Preferred Networks.
(retrieving settings may take a few minutes).
3. Select a network and re-priorities the order for network
usage by pressing the Up or Down key.
4. Press the Done soft key.
Note: If there are many service providers available to you,
enable this function to select a lower fee network.
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Call barring
This service allows you to restrict your incoming or
outgoing calls.
To activate or deactivate call barring:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Phone → Call Barring (retrieving
settings may take a few minutes).
3. Select the calls type you want to restrict and press the
Done soft key.
You can choose to restrict your calls with the following
choices:
• All calls: No calls can be made or received.
• When roaming: Calls cannot be received when you
are using your phone outside of your home service
area.
• Off: Call barring is deactivated; all calls can be made
and received normally.
• Int’s except home: When abroad, calls can be made
only to numbers within the current country and to your
home country.
• Int’l calls: International calls cannot be made.
4. Enter the barring password provided by your service
provider and press the Done soft key.
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To change the barring password:
You can set and change the call barring password obtained
from your service provider.
1. On the Dialer screen, tap Tools → Options.... You can
also access the screen by tapping the Start menu →
Settings → Phone.
2. Tap the More tab → Call Barring Password.
3. Enter the old password, then a new one, and re-enter
for confirmation.
4. Tap OK.
Call forwarding
This service allows you to forward your incoming calls to
another phone number.
To activate or deactivate call forwarding:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Phone → Call Forwarding
(retrieving settings may take a few minutes).
3. Select a call forwarding option from the following
conditions:
• Unconditional: All calls are forwarded.
• No Reply: Calls are forwarded when you do not
answer your phone.
• Busy: Calls are forwarded when you are on the phone.
• Unavailable: Calls are forwarded when your phone is
turned off or your phone is out of the network service
area.
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4. Select Enable call forwarding.
5. Enter the phone number to which calls are to be
forwarded.
6. Press the Done soft key.
Call waiting
This service allows you to receive another call while you
have a call in progress. You can also turn this option off by
unsettling Provided call waiting notifications.
To activate or deactivate call waiting:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Phone → Call Waiting (retrieving
settings may take a few minutes).
3. Select or deselect Provide call waiting notifications.
Once you have activated the Call Waiting service, you
will receive an alert tone when you have a second call
during a call.
4. Press the Done soft key.
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Band selection
For the phone to make and receive phone calls, it must be
registered with one of the available networks. Your phone
can handle combined GSM 900/1800 or PCS 1900
networks.
The country where your phone was purchased determines
the default band that it uses. When you travel abroad, you
must remember to change to an appropriate band.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Phone → Band Selection.
3. Select an appropriate band in the Band Selection field.
4. Press the Done soft key.
5. If the confirmation screen displays, press the Yes soft
key to confirm your selection.
6. Press the OK soft key.
Fixed Dialling
When this option is enabled, your phone restricts your
outgoing calls to a limited set of phone numbers. You can
only call those phone numbers that are included in the
Fixed dialling number list or which begin with the same
digit(s) as a phone number on the list.
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To activate the Fixed dialling function:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Phone → Fixed Dialling.
3. Select Enable fixed dialling and press the Done soft
key.
4. Enter your PIN2 and press the Done soft key.
To add new numbers to the Fixed dialling number list:
1. On the Fixed Dialling screen, press the Menu soft key
and select Edit Numbers.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Add.
3. Enter the number and press the Done soft key.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to enter additional numbers.
5. Press the Done soft key.
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Messaging, Internet, and
Messenger
Messaging
In Messaging, you can create, send, receive, view, edit,
and organise:
• Text messages (SMS)
• Multimedia message (MMS)
• E-mail messages
To go to Messaging, on the Home screen, press the Start
soft key and select Messaging.
SMS Messages
You can write an SMS message of up to 160 characters.
When you enter more than 160 characters, your phone
handles the message as a multi-part message.
Creating an SMS message
1. On the Messaging main screen, select SMS Messages.
2. Press the New soft key.
3. In the To field, enter phone number(s) of one or more
recipients, separating them with a semicolon.
You can retrieve numbers from the contact list by
pressing the Menu soft key and selecting Insert
Contact.
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4. Press the Down key and compose your message.
To enter preset or frequently used messages, press the
Menu soft key, select Insert Text, and select a
message.
Note: When you write an SMS message , you cannot use
Insert Recording because it is impossible to add files
as an attachment.
5. Press the Send soft key when you’ve finished the
message.
If you want to send the message later, press the Menu
soft key and select Postpone Message. The message
is saved in Drafts.
Note: If you want to know if your message is delivered to the
recipient(s), press the Menu soft key, select Message
Options → Request message delivery notification.
Viewing messages
When you receive a new SMS message, the
icon
displays on the Home screen and a new message is stored
in Inbox. Press the Message soft key to open the
message.
You can also view messages you received, sent, composed
but not sent by accessing the message folders.
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To open the message folders:
On the SMS Messages screen, press the Menu soft key and
select Folders. The following default folders display:
• Deleted Items: contains messages that have been
deleted on your phone.
• Drafts: stores draft messages that have not been sent.
• Inbox: contains received SMS and broadcast messages.
For details on broadcast messages, see page 91.
• Outbox: is a temporary storage place for messages
waiting to be sent.
• Sent Items: stores the messages that have been sent.
You can organise messages into additional folders. Press
the Menu soft key and select Manage Folders to create
new folders. Then move the messages to the desired folder.
To view all message folder contents, press the Menu soft
key and select Show All Folders.
To clear the SMS messages in the specific folder, scroll to
the folder, press the Menu soft key, and select Clear SMS
Messages.
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To view a message:
1. On the SMS messages screen, open the message folder
you want.
The most recently received messages are displayed first
on the SMS Messages screen.
Note: You can change the default settings for viewing an
SMS message. On an SMS message list, press the
Menu soft key and select Options → Display.
2. Select a message you want to view.
To access message options:
While viewing the message, you can access the following
options by pressing the Menu soft key. Available options
depend on the folder you have opened.
• Delete: deletes the message.
• Swich Accounts: allows you to change the message
account to use other messaging features, such as SMS,
MMS, or E-mail.
• Move: allows you to move message(s) to other folders.
• Mark as Unread/Read: allows you to mark the unread
or read message.
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Inserting signatures into SMS messages
You can specify a signature to be automatically inserted
into SMS messages that you send.
1. On the SMS Messages screen, press the Menu soft key
and select Options → Signatures.
2. Select SMS Messages from the Select an account
field.
3. Select Use signature with this account.
To insert a signature in every SMS message when you
reply or forward the message, select Include when
replying and forwarding.
4. Enter a signature in the Signature field and press the
Done soft key.
5. Press the Done soft key.
Configuring broadcast channels
Your phone can receive text messages on various topics,
such as news, weather forecasts, traffic, entertainment,
and so on, from your service provider. To receive broadcast
messages, you must enable channels.
1. On Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Phone → Channels.
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3. Set each option:
• Enable channels: Select to enable the reception of
broadcast messages.
• Receive channel list: Select to receive a list of all of
the available channels from the network.
To manually set up the channel list, press the Menu
soft key and select Edit Channels. On the Edit
Channels screen, press the Menu soft key and select
Add to add a new channel. You can also enable or
disable channels individually.
• Language: Select your preferred language to display
broadcast messages.
4. Press the Done soft key.
Viewing messages on the SIM card
Sometimes, text messages may be stored on the SIM card,
depending on their specifications. Before you can view the
messages stored on the SIM card, you need to copy them
to a folder in your phone.
1. On a message list, press the Menu soft key and select
Options → Import SIM Messages.
2. Press the Done soft key.
The text messages are copied from the SIM card to SMS
Inbox.
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MMS messages
You can send or receive multimedia messages (MMS). In
addition to the familiar text content of text messages,
multimedia messages can contain images, video clips,
audio clips, and combinations of these things in more than
one page.
MMS also supports e-mail addressing, so that messages
can be sent from phone to e-mail and vice versa.
Creating an MMS message
1. On the Messaging main screen, select MMS.
2. Press the New soft key.
3. Enter the recipient’s numbers or addresses, separating
them with a semicolon.
You can also retrieve numbers or the addresses from the
contact list or the messages you have sent by pressing
the Menu soft key and selecting Add Recipients.
4. Press the Down key and enter your text.
5. To add items, press the Menu soft key and select Add
Item → a file type.
6. Select the file you want.
You can also press the Menu soft key and select
Capture or Record Voice to take a new photo, record a
new video clip, or record a voice memo.
7. Press the Menu soft key to access the following options
for composing a message:
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• Preview: shows the multimedia message you
created.
• Add Subject: allows you to enter the message
subject.
• Edit Item: allows you to edit the added items.
• Insert: allows you to insert an MMS template, My
Text, bookmark, or Calendar record.
• Edit Page: allows you to add pages, change the text
style, or set the page duration.
• MMS Options: allows you to change the message
options, such as priority, expiry time, and hiding the
sender’s address, see page 93.
8. When you have finished composing the message, press
the Send soft key.
Viewing messages
You can view MMS messages you have received, sent, and
saved but not sent by accessing the message folders.
To open the message folders:
On the MMS screen, press the Menu soft key and select
Folders.
The following default folders display:
• Deleted Items: Contains messages that have been
deleted on your phone.
• Drafts: Stores draft messages that have not been sent.
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• Inbox: Contains received messages.
• Outbox: is a temporary storage place for messages
waiting to be sent.
• Sent Items: Stores the messages that have been sent.
To view a message:
1. On the MMS screen, open the message folder you want.
A list of messages appears.
2. Select the message you want to read.
3. While you read the message, use the following options:
• To play the message, press the Play soft key.
• To view the previous page, press the Left key.
• To view the next page, press the Right key.
• To access the added item in the message, press the
OK key.
To access message options:
While viewing a message, you can access the following
options by pressing the Menu soft key. Available options
depend on the type of folder you had opened.
• Reply: Allows you to reply to the sender or all the
recipients.
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• Switch Accounts: allows you to change the message
account to use other messaging features, such as SMS,
MMS, or E-mail.
• Send/Receive: Allows you to send or retrieve all MMS
messages in the Outbox or your MMS server. If selected,
messages will be sent or delievered to you without your
dedicated consent. You may incur costs from these
actions.
Configuring MMS settings
You can change the default MMS settings. From composing
or viewing an MMS message, press the Menu soft key and
select MMS Options.
• Sending Options: Allows you to change the settings for
sending MMS messages.
Priority: You can select the priority level of your
messages.
Validity Period: You can select the length of time your
messages are stored in the message centre after they
are sent.
Delivery Time: You can select the time delay before
messages are sent.
Message Size: You can select the maximum message
size.
Delivery Report: When this option is checked, the
network informs you whether or not your message has
been delivered.
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Read Report: When this option is checked, your phone
sends a request for a reply along with your message to
the recipient.
• Receiving Options: Allows you to change the settings
for receiving MMS messages.
Home Network: Set how to retrieve new messages
from the server in your home network.
Roaming Network: Set how to retrieve new messages
from the server while roaming around another network.
Delivery Report: Select to receive a report when your
message has been delivered.
Read Report: Select to receive a report when your
message has been read.
Anonymous Reject: Select to reject messages from
unknown senders.
• MMS Profiles: Allows you to set up and activate MMS
profiles which are sets of MMS parameters required to
send or receive MMS messages.
To edit a profile, select it and press the Menu soft key
and select Edit. Change the following options:
MMS Profile: Enter the profile name.
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MMSC: Enter the URL address of the MMS centre.
Data Connections: Select an intermediate to connect to
the MMS centre, Gateway, or Proxy.
Gateway: Select a gateway to connect to the MMS
centre.
IP Address: Enter the IP address of the gateway.
Port: Enter the port number of the gateway.
Encoding: Select an encoding type to send your
messages.
To activate a profile, select it from the profile list.
• Creation Mode: Allows you to set the phone to allow the
MMS creation using unsupported file format.
Free: The phone adds unsupported files.
Restricted: The phone does not allows you to add
unsupported files.
Warning: The phone alerts you if you try to add
unsupported files.
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E-mail messages
You can send and receive e-mail messages in one of these
ways:
• Synchronise e-mail messages with Microsoft Exchange or
Microsoft Outlook on your PC.
• Send and receive e-mail messages by connecting directly
to an e-mail server through an Internet Service Provider
(ISP) or a network.
Synchronising E-mail messages
Use Outlook E-Mail to send and receive e-mail messages
by synchronising e-mail messages with Microsoft Exchange
or Microsoft Outlook on your PC.
E-mail messages can be synchronised as part of the
general synchronisation process. You will need to enable
Inbox synchronisation in ActiveSync. For information on
enabling Inbox synchronisation, see “ActiveSync Help” on
the PC.
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During Synchronisation:
• Messages are copied from the mail folders of Exchange or
Outlook on your PC to the Outlook E-mail folder in
Messaging on your phone. By default, you will receive
messages from only the three days, and only the first
100 lines of each message.
• E-mail messages in Outbox on your phone are
transferred to Exchange or Outlook, and then sent from
those programmes.
• E-mail messages in folders must be selected in
ActiveSync on your PC in order to be transferred.
Connecting directly to an E-mail server
You can send and receive e-mail messages by connecting
to an e-mail server. You’ll need to set up a remote
connection to a network or an ISP, and a connection to your
e-mail server.
When you connect to the e-mail server, new messages are
downloaded to the phone’s Inbox folder. Also messages in
the phone’s Outbox folder are sent, and messages that
have been deleted on the e-mail server are removed from
the phone’s Inbox folder. Messages that you receive
directly from an e-mail server are linked to your e-mail
server rather than your PC.
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Creating an E-mail account
You need to create a new account to be used for retrieving
and sending e-mail messages.
To make a new account:
1. From any message folder, press the Menu soft key and
select Options → Account Setup.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select New.
3. Enter your display name and e-mail address, and press
the Next soft key.
If you want to set up your account automatically from
the Internet, select Attempt to obtain e-mail
settings from the Internet.
4. Enter your user information, such as user name,
password, and domain name, press the Next soft key.
5. Select the e-mail server type, POP3 or IMAP4, enter
an account name, and select a network type.
6. Press the Next soft key.
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7. Enter the server names and press the Next soft key.
If you want to set up outgoing server, select Outgoing
Server Settings.
8. Set the options for downloading e-mail messages and
press the Next soft key.
You can select the number of days for which you receive
e-mail messages and set the maximum data volume of
e-mail messages you want to download.
9. Select how often your phone automatically connects to
the server and checks for incoming e-mails, and press
the Next soft key.
10.Press the Finish soft key.
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Folder behavior with a direct connection to an E-mail
server
The behavior of the folders you create depends on whether
you are using POP3 or IMAP4.
• If you use POP3 and you move e-mail messages to a
folder you created, the link is broken between the
messages on the device and their copies on the mail
server. The next time you connect, the mail server will
see that the messages are missing from the device Inbox
and delete them from the server. This prevents you from
having duplicate copies of a message, but it also means
that you will no longer have access to messages that you
move to folders created from anywhere except the
device.
• If you use IMAP4, the folders you created and the e-mail
messages you moved are mirrored on the server.
Therefore, messages are available to you anytime you
connect to your mail server, whether it is from your
device or PC. This synchronisation of folders occurs
whenever you connect to your mail server; create new
folders or rename/delete folders when connected.
Creating an E-mail message
1. On the Messaging main screen, select the e-mail
account with which you want to send.
2. Press the New soft key.
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3. In the To and Cc fields, enter e-mail address(es) of one
or more recipients, separating them with a semicolon.
You can retrieve addresses from the contact list by
pressing the Menu soft key and selecting Insert
Contact.
4. In the Subj field, enter the subject of the e-mail
message.
5. Compose your e-mail message.
To enter preset or frequently used sentences, press the
Menu soft key, select Insert Text, and select a
sentence.
You can record and add a voice note as an attachment
by pressing the Menu soft key and selecting Insert
Recording.
6. Press the Send soft key when you’ve finished the
message.
If you want to send the e-mail message later, press the
Menu soft key and select Postpone Message. The
message is automatically saved in Drafts.
7. Press the Menu soft key and select Send/Receive to
connect to the network and send the message.
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Note: If you want to be alerted when your e-mail messages
has been delivered, press the Menu soft key while
composing a message, and select Message Options →
Request message delivery notification.
Viewing e-mail messages
You can also view messages you received, sent, composed
but not sent by accessing the message folders.
To open the message folders:
On the Messaging main screen, access the e-mail account
you want, press the Menu soft key, and select Folders.
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The following default folders display:
• Deleted Items: contains messages that have been
deleted on your phone.
• Drafts: stores draft messages that have not been sent.
• Inbox: contains received messages.
• Outbox: is a temporary storage place for messages
waiting to be sent.
• Sent Items: stores the messages that have been sent.
Note: When you first have synchronised e-mail messages, the
Junk E-mail folder is copied from the Microsoft
Outlook on your PC to Outlook E-mail on your phone.
The next time you synchronise, the e-mail messages
that appear to be Junk e-mail are saved in the Junk
E-mail folder according to the junk e-mail options you
set in the Microsoft Outlook on your PC.
To view all message folder contents in the selected
account, press the Menu soft key and select Show All
Folders.
To view an e-mail message:
1. On the Messaging main screen, select the e-mail account
from which you want to receive e-mail messages.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Send/Receive.
The phone connects to your e-mail server and receives
your incoming e-mail messages or sends the e-mail
messages in Outbox.
3. Select the message you want to view.
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To access message options:
While viewing a message, you can access the following
options by pressing the Menu soft key. Available options
depend on the folder you have opened:
• Delete: Deletes the message.
• Reply: Sends a reply to the senders and recipients in the
To field and Forwards the message to other people.
• Switch Accounts: Allows you to change the message
account to use other messaging features,such as SMS,
MMS, or E-mail.
• Move: Allows you to move message(s) to other folders.
• Mark as Unread/Mark as Read: Allows you to change
the message status to read or unread.
• Mark for Download: Allows you to mark the message
to download its completed contents from the e-mail
server. For details, see page 108.
• Options: Allows you to select a language for reading a
message.
• Send/Receive: Sends or receives the e-mail messages.
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Downloading a full message
When you connect to your e-mail server or synchronise
with your PC, by default, you’ll receive first 0.5KB of each
new message. The message size includes its attachments.
The original messages and attachments remain on the email server or your PC. You can change the message size
for receiving when you set up the account.
You can mark the messages that you want to retrieve in full
during your next synchronisation or e-mail server
connection. On the message list, select the message of
which full contents you want to retrieve. Press the Menu
soft key and select Mark for Download. The
icon in
the Inbox gives you visual indication of message status.
Setting downloading options
You specify your downloading preferences when you set up
the account or select your synchronisation options. You can
change them at any time:
• Change options for Inbox synchronisation using
ActiveSync options. For more information, see
“ActiveSync Help.”
• Change options for direct e-mail server connections in
Inbox on your phone. Press the Menu soft key and
select Options → Account Setup. Select the account
you want and change it.
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Viewing e-mail attachments
On the message list, messages that have the attachment
are displayed with the
icon. Open the message from the
list. Within a message, attachments are displayed as a list
of hyperlinks at the bottom of the message.
To download an attachment, select the attachment in an
open message. It is downloaded the next time you
synchonise or connect to your e-mail server and send or
receive e-mail messages.
To view an attachment, select the attachment in an open
message. You can view the attachment in the Picsel
Viewer application.
Inserting signatures into e-mail messages
You can specify a signature to be automatically inserted
into e-mail messages that you send.
To specify a signature:
1. On the Messaging main screen, select the e-mail
account you want.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Options →
Signatures.
3. Select the account for which you want to specify from
the Select an account field.
4. Select Use signature with this account.
5. To insert a signature in every e-mail messages when
you reply or forward the message, select Include when
replying and forwarding.
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6. Enter a signature to insert in the Signature field and
press the Done soft key.
Internet Explorer
Use Microsoft® Pocket Internet Explorer to view Web HTML,
cHTML, and WAP pages. You can browse by connecting to
an Internet service provider (ISP) or network and browse
the Web. To do this, you’ll need to create the connection
first as described on page 192.
When connected to an ISP or network, you can also
download files and programmes from the Internet.
Opening Internet Explorer
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
Internet Explorer.
Browsing the Internet
1. To connect and start browsing, do one of the following:
• Press the Menu soft key and select Address Bar.
Enter the web address you want to visit or select View
History to open the list of the pages you last
accessed.
• Scroll to the page you want to view from the
Favourites list.
2. Press the Go soft key on the browser to open the
associated web page.
While processing,
browser.
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Navigating the Internet Explorer
The following table helps you browse the Internet easily:
To
Press
scroll through browser
items
the Up or Down key, or
spin the Navigation key.
select a browser item
.
return to the previous page
.
open the Favourites list
the Favourites soft key.
refresh the connection
the Menu soft key and
select Refresh.
view information on the
web page
the Menu soft key and
select Properties.
add the current web page
to the Favourites list
Menu soft key and select
Add Favourite.
Using the Favourites list
You can store your favourite link while using the Internet
Browser and then access them easily. Categorising them
enables you to find them more quickly.
Adding a Web page to the Favourites list
1. Go to the page you want to add and press the Menu
soft key and select Add Favourite.
2. Enter a name for the favourite link and the URL of the
link.
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3. Select a category from the Folder field under which you
want to save the favourite.
You can also create a new category. See page 116.
4. Press the Add soft key.
Opening a link through the Favourites list
1. On the Internet Explorer screen, press the Favourites
soft key.
2. Scroll to the link you want to access.
If the link you want is in the certain folder, open the
folder and scroll to the link.
3. Press the Go soft key.
Managing Favourites categories
You can create a new category for saving favourite web
pages and edit or delete the created categories.
1. On the Internet Explorer screen, press the Favourites
soft key.
2. On the Favourites screen, press the Menu soft key and
select Add Folder to create a new category.
Or scroll to the category and press the Menu soft key
and select Edit or Delete to edit or delete the selected
category.
Deleting a favourite link
1. On the Favourites screen, scroll to the link you want to
delete.
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2. Press the Menu soft key and select Delete.
3. Press the Yes soft key to confirm the deletion.
Changing Explorer options
You can customise Web browsing options, change the
connection settings, and clear memory. On the Internet
Explorer screen, press the Menu soft key and select
Options.
The following options are available:
• General: You can select whether or not to show
images or play sounds on web pages, view the
warnings when you move from a secure web page to a
non-secure one, or enable or disable the receiving and
sending of cookies. You can also select the language
to use.
• Connections: You can change the network settings to
connect to Internet Explorer. If you select Automatically
detect settings, your phone automatically detects
network settings from your service provider.
• Memory: You can check the amount of memory
currently being used for the Internet Explorer. To clear
the memory, scroll to a type of memory and press the
Clear soft key.
Pocket MSN
Pocket MSN delivers an always-on experience that enables
you to remain available to other online users and always up
to date with e-mail, instant messaging (IM) and other
online services without maintaining a continuous network
connection to the phone.
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The connection will be restored when a new message
arrives or when you needs the service. In addition,
subscribers will receive only updates or changes to their
contacts and Inbox rather than receiving entire lists
when they connect to the service.
You will have one-click access to MSN Hotmail® and MSN
Messenger. In addition, Pocket MSN will allow you to
wirelessly browse online and receive other MSN services,
including MSN Alerts, which include news, sports and
weather updates.
In addition to always-on services, you can access, compose
and answer Hotmail messages offline, maximising their
time when mobile connections aren't available.
To access Pocket MSN, on the Home screen, press the
Start soft key and select More → Pocket MSN.
WAP Browser
Using WAP Browser, you can browse the WAP service
preset by your service provider and other WAP (Wireless
Application Protocol) sites on your phone.
Connecting to a WAP site
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select More → WAP Browser.
3. To connect and start browsing, do one of the following:
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• Press the Menu soft key and select Home to access
the homepage of your service provider.
• Press the Favorites soft key, select the category
which contains the WAP site you want, and then select
the WAP site.
• Press the Menu soft key and select Go To. Enter the
address of WAP site you want to visit and press the Go
soft key.
4. While you are navigating through the WAP pages, you
can use the following options:
To
Press
display the list of your
favorites
the Favorites soft key.
go to the previous visited
page
.
go to the homepage
the Menu soft key and
select Home.
refresh the current page
the Menu soft key and
select Refresh.
Using the Favorites list
You can store your favourite WAP sites and then access
them easily. Categorising them enables you to find them
more quickly.
Adding a URL to the Favorites list
1. On the WAP Browser screen, press the Menu soft key
and select Add to Favorites.
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2. Enter a name for the category and press the Save soft
key.
3. Enter a name for the favourite site and the URL of the
site.
4. Select a category under which you want to save the
favourite.
You can also create a new category by pressing the
Menu soft key and select New Category.
5. Press the Done soft key.
Opening a page through the Favourites list
1. On the WAP Browser screen, press the Favourites soft
key.
The list of categories is displayed.
2. Scroll to a category from the list and press the Open
soft key.
3. Scroll to a WAP site you want and press the Go soft key.
Managing Favourite categories
You can create a new category for saving favourite WAP
sites and edit or delete the created category.
1. On the WAP Browser screen, press the Favourites soft
key.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select New to create a
new category.
Or scroll to the category you want, press the Menu soft
key, and then select Rename or Delete to edit the
selected category.
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Deleting a favourite item
1. On the Category screen, scroll to a category from the
list and press the Open soft key.
2. Scroll to a WAP site you want to delete and press the
Menu soft key and select Delete.
3. Press the Yes soft key to confirm the deletion.
Using the history
The History list keeps track of all of the WAP sites you have
visited.
To view the history:
1. On the WAP Browser screen, press the Menu soft key
and select History.
The History screen displays the recently visited URLs.
2. To open a page in the history, scroll to the page and
press the Go soft key.
To clear the history:
1. From the History list, press the Menu soft key and
select Clear History.
2. Press the Yes soft key. All entries on the History list are
cleared.
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Viewing push messages
You can access your Push Inbox on the WAP Browser
screen and view messages pushed by the WAP server.
To view WAP push messages:
1. On the WAP Browser screen, press the Menu soft key.
2. Select Push Inbox.
The Push Inbox screen opens and shows the message
list.
3. Select the message you want to view.
4. To access the URL specified in the message, press the
Go soft key.
5. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
To clear WAP push messages:
Press the Menu soft key in the Push Inbox screen and
select Delete or Delete All.
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Setting the WAP options
You can access options for the WAP browser. Press the
Menu soft key and select Options.
• Settings: You can view the current connection settings
for WAP and set the selected profile as an active profile or
edit a selected profile. You can also set the WAP browser
to load the homepage when launching.
• Cache/Cookie: Viewed pages can be cached for faster
downloads and Cookie stores information related to a
session. You can select to enable or disable the cache or
cookies.
You can clear information stored in the cache and cookie
by pressing the Menu soft key and selecting Clear
Cache or Clear Cookie.
• Set as Home Page: You can change the startup
homepage of the WAP browser. Access the page you want
and select this option.
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MSN Messenger
MSN® Messenger on your phone is an instant messaging
programme that lets you:
• see who is online.
• send and receive instant messages.
• have instant message conversations with groups of
contacts.
To use MSN Messenger, you must have a Microsoft
Passport™ account or Hotmail account, or a Microsoft
Exchange e-mail account. If you have a Hotmail® or MSN
account, you already have a Passport. Once you have
obtained either a Microsoft Passport or a Microsoft
Exchange account, you are ready to set up your account.
Note: Sign up for a Microsoft Passport account at http://
www.passport.com. Get a free Microsoft Hotmail e-mail
address at http://www.hotmail.com.
To open MSN Messenger:
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
MSN Messenger.
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Setting account information
Before you can connect, you must set up the instant
messaging account(s) to use. For MSN Messenger Service,
you must enter a Microsoft Passport or Hotmail account.
To set up an account and sign in:
1. On the MSN Messenger main screen, press the Options
soft key and select Passport Account.
2. Enter the ID and the password of your Microsoft
Passport and Hotmail account and set your display
name. For details, see the online help.
3. To sign in, press the Sign In soft key on the MSN
Messenger main screen and enter your e-mail address
and password.
4. Press the Sign In soft key.
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Organiser
This chapter explains how to keep track of contacts and
appointments and make a list of tasks you need to do.
Using ActiveSync®, you can synchronise information in
Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange on your PC with
your device. You can also synchronise this information
directly with a Microsoft Exchange server. Each time you
synchronise, ActiveSync compares the changes you made
on your phone and PC or server and updates both with the
latest information. For information about synchronsing
Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, and Inbox, see “ActiveSync
Help” on the PC.
Contacts
Contacts maintains a list of your friends and colleagues so
that you can easily find the information you’re looking for,
whether you’re at home or on the road. Using the phone’s
Bluetooth feature or infrared (IR) port, you can quickly
share Contacts information with other device users.
To open Contacts:
On the Home screen, press the Contacts soft key. Or press
the Start soft key and select Contacts. You can view the
list of contacts that you have created.
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Creating a contact card
You can save a new contact card in the Contacts application
or on the SIM card.
Creating a contact card in the phone’s memory
1. On the Contacts screen, press the New soft key.
2. Enter a name and other contact information.
3. To assign the contact card to a category, scroll to the
Categories field and select a category. In the contact
list, you can display contacts by category.
4. You can add a personal ringtone to a contact card. Scroll
to the Custom ring tone field and select the ring
melody you want.
5. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Creating a contact card in the SIM card
1. On the Contacts screen, press the Menu soft key and
select New SIM Contact.
2. On the SIM Contact screen, enter the name of the
person you want to add.
3. Scroll to the Number field and enter the number you
want to store.
4. Press the Done soft key.
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Creating a contact card from the Dialer screen
1. On the Home screen, enter the phone number and press
the Save soft key.
2. To create a new contact card, select <New Item> and
skip to step 4.
To add the phone number to an existing contact card,
select the contact card.
3. Scroll to the location you want to save the number and
press the Insert soft key.
4. Fill in the other fields and press the Done soft key.
Viewing and editing a contact card
When you access the Contacts application, the contact list
displays the names of your contacts alphabetically, along
with an abbreviation for the primary contact number or
E-mail address, such as the person’s work phone number
(w) or mobile phone number (m).
Indicates the type of
the default number or
e-mail address.
Indicates the contacts
stored on the SIM card.
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The following table shows possible abbreviations that might
be displayed on the Contacts list and their meanings:
Abbreviation
Meaning
w
work phone
w2
work phone 2
h
home phone
h2
home phone 2
m
mobile phone
pgr
pager
car
car phone
wfx
work fax number (shown only in the
summary view)
hfx
home fax number (shown only in the
summary view)
ast
assistant number (shown only in the
summary view)
rdo
radio phone number
e
e-mail
e2
e-mail 2
e3
e-mail 3
web
web page (
view)
shown in the summary
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Note: All of the contacts saved on the SIM card follow all of
the contacts saved in the phone’s memory.
To open a contact card:
1. On the contact list, select the contact’s name you want
to view.
If the contact card is assigned to a certain category,
press the Menu soft key and select Filter and then
select the category from the pop-up list.
The contact list stored in the selected category displays.
2. Select the contact card you want.
A summary screen is displayed. The highlighted item is
the default number or e-mail address you set.
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3. On the summary screen:
• To edit the contact information, press the Edit soft
key.
• To send an SMS message to the contact card, scroll to
the available number and press the Menu soft key and
then select Send SMS Message.
• To dial a number, select the number.
• To send an e-mail, select the e-mail address.
• To access a web page, select the web page.
Assigning default numbers and addresses
If a person has several phone numbers or e-mail
addresses, to speed up calling and sending messages, you
can define certain numbers and addresses to be used as
the default.
1. On the contact list, select the contact card you want.
2. Scroll to the phone number or e-mail address you want
to use as the default.
3. Press the Menu soft key and select Set as Default.
In the summary view, you will see the default number
marked by dot.
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Copying entries between the SIM Card and
Contacts
You can copy the contact card or all of contact entries in a
specific category to the SIM card or vice versa.
To copy from Contacts to the SIM card:
1. On the contact list, select the contact card stored in the
phone’s memory.
2. Scroll to the phone number to be copied.
3. Press the Menu soft key and select Save to SIM.
4. If necessary, change the contact name.
5. Press the Done soft key.
To copy from the SIM card to Contacts:
1. On the contact list, select the contact card stored on the
SIM card.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Save to Contacts.
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3. Select <New Item> to create a new contact card and
add contact information.
Otherwise, select a contact card to which you want to
add the number, scroll to the number type, and press
the Insert soft key.
4. Press the Done soft key to save the change.
Beaming a contact card
You can send a contact card in Contacts to another phone
via an active infrared or Bluetooth connection.
Before beaming data, make sure that the Bluetooth feature
or infrared port on your phone is active.
1. On the contact list or on the summary screen, press the
Menu soft key and select Beam Contact.
2. For an IrDA connection, align the IR ports on the devices
so that they are unobstructed and within a close range.
3. Press the Beam soft key.
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Deleting a contact card
1. On the contact list or on the summary screen, press the
Menu soft key and select Delete.
2. Press the Yes soft key to permanently delete the
contact card.
Note: If you delete a contact card on your phone and
synchronise Contacts with your computer, you also
delete the contact card in Outlook on your computer.
Calendar
Use Calendar to schedule appointments, including
meetings and other events. You can check your
appointments in one of several views (Agenda, Week, and
Month).
To open Calendar:
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
Calendar. You can view the lists of appointments that you
have created in the agenda view.
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Creating an appointment
1. Press the Menu soft key and select New.
2. Fill in the fields.
• Subject: Enter a description of the appointment.
• Start date, Start time, End date, and End time: If
needed, change the date and time.
• All day event: If checked, the appointment lasts all
day.
• Location: Enter the place of the appointment.
• Reminder: Select a time setting for the alarm to
remind you of the appointment.
• Occurs: Select a repeat interval to set how often the
appointment repeats.
• Status: Select an appropriate appointment status.
• Private: If checked, you can prevent other people
from viewing the appointment.
• Notes: Add a note for the appointment.
3. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Viewing and editing an appointment
On the Calendar screen, you can view and edit your
appointments using the different views: Agenda, Week, or
Month. By default, the Calendar first appears in the agenda
view, which provides the most detail information about
your appointment.
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Switching the view mode
You can change the view mode of the calendar to cycle
through the agenda, week, and month view.
In each view, press the Week, Month, or Agenda soft
key.
• Week view: shows the calendar of your appointments.
• Month view: allows you to keep track of your monthly
schedule and shows which days have appointments
scheduled.
• Agenda view: shows you the appointments for the
selected day. The entries are grouped according to their
starting times.
Note: You can customise the Calendar display, such as
changing the first day of the week, by pressing the
Menu soft key and selecting Options on any view.
Editing an appointment
1. Select the calendar view by pressing the Week, Month,
or Agenda soft key.
2. In each view, select the date of the appointment by
pressing or spinning the Navigation key.
To go to today, press the Menu soft key and select Go
to Today.
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To go to a certain date, press the Menu soft key and
select Go to Date. Enter the date and press the Done
soft key.
3. Select the appointment you want to view.
4. Press the Edit soft key to edit the appointment and
view its details.
5. If you are editing a repeating or continuous
appointment, decide if you want to edit all appointments
in the series or just the current appointment by pressing
the No or Yes soft key.
6. Edit the appointment information and press the Done
soft key to save the changes to the appointment and
return to the appointment list.
Beaming an appointment
You can send an appointment to another phone via an
active infrared or Bluetooth connection.
Before beaming data, make sure that the Bluetooth feature
or IrDA port on your phone is active.
1. On the Calendar screen, open the appointment you
want.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Beam
Appointment.
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3. For an IrDA connection, align the IR ports on the devices
so that they are unobstructed and within a close range.
Wait for the phone to search for available devices.
4. Select a device.
indicates a Bluetooth device and
an IrDA device.
5. Press the Beam soft key.
Deleting an appointment
1. On the Calendar screen, scroll to an appointment to
delete.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Delete.
If you make deleting to a repeating or continuous
appointment, you can decide which of the appointments
you want to delete all appointments in the series or just
the current appointment by pressing the No or Yes soft
key.
3. Press the Yes soft key to permanently delete the
appointment.
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Tasks
Tasks is a convenient place to create task reminders. You
can mark a task as completed or delete a task.
To open Tasks:
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
More → Tasks.
Creating a task
1. Enter your task information in the Enter new task
here field.
2. When you have finished, press
.
To view the created task details, scroll to the task you
want and press
.
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Completing a task
When a task is complete, mark it to indicate that the task is
done. To mark, scroll to the completed task and press the
Complete soft key.
To unmark, press the Activate soft key.
Deleting a task
1. On the task list, scroll to the task and press the Delete
soft key.
2. Press the Yes soft key to delete the task permanently.
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Camera
With the built-in camera on your phone, you can take
photos of people or events while on the move. You can view
and edit photos. Your phone supports JPEG, GIF, PNG, and
BMP pictures.
To open Camera:
Press and hold
on the right side of the phone, or press
the Start soft key on the Home screen and select Camera.
Taking photos
1. When you access the Camera mode, the image to be
captured appears.
2. Adjust the image to be captured.
• Press the Left or Right key to adjust the brightness of
the image.
• Press the Up or Down key to zoom in or out.
• Press the Menu soft key to access the camera options.
See page 138.
• Use the number keypad to adjust the image quickly.
See page 139.
3. Press
or
to take a photo.
4. Press the Save soft key to save the photo.
The photo is saved to either the phone’s memory or the
memory card, depending on the setting of Default
Storage. See page 139.
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After saving the photo, the camera automatically returns to
Preview mode.
Setting camera options
You can customise the camera settings. Once you set the
camera settings, the corresponding icons display at the top
of the Preview screen.
1. On the Preview screen, press the Menu soft key.
2. Adjust any of the following settings:
• Shooting Mode: Change the camera shooting mode.
Single Shot: Takes a normal single shot.
Multi Shot: Takes a series of stills. You can select the
number of photos the camera will take.
Mosaic Shot: Takes a series of stills and saves them
in one frame. You can select a layout.
• Effect: Select a colour tone for photos.
• White Balance: Adjust a colour balance of the
photos. You can make your photo appear warmer or
cooler.
• Frames: Select a decorative frame.
• Flash: Turn the flash on or off.
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• Timer: Select the length of time for the phone to
delay before taking a photo.
• Record Video: Switch to Camcorder mode.
• Camera Settings: Change the default settings for
taking a photo.
Photo Size: Select an image size. The image size is
dictated by the resolution. Resolution is a measure of
the sharpness and clarity of an image. Resolution is
usually measured in pixels, for example, 640 x 480 =
300 kilopixels. The more pixels there are, the more
detailed the photo is.
Photo Quality: Select an image quality. The better
the image quality, the more memory the image
consumes.
Viewfinder: Select a preview mode.
Shutter Sound: Select a sound when you press the
shutter,
or
.
Default Storage: Select whether you want to store
your images in the HDD ,My Device or Storage Card
directory on your phone, or on the memory card, if
you use one.
Default Name: Change the default name of photo
names.
• Camera Shortcut: Check the functions of the keys
you can use in Camera mode.
Using the keypad shortcuts
You can use the keypad to customise your camera settings
when you are in the preview screen.
•
: switches to Camcorder mode.
•
: changes the image size.
•
: changes the image quality.
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•
: changes the shooting mode by changing the
number of photos or the layout.
•
: changes the colour tone.
•
: changes the white balance.
•
: selects a decorative frame.
•
: selects the length of delay time before taking a
photo.
•
: accesses the photos saved in the currently selected
storage location.
•
: turns the flash on or off.
•
: changes the preview mode.
Viewing photos
To view photos you have taken, press the My Photos soft
key in Camera mode. The list of the photos stored in the
currently selected storage memory: HDD, My Device, or
Storage card.
For further details, see page 153.
Recording video clips
You can record video clips. The camcorder produces
.3GP videos.
1. From Camera mode, press
mode.
to switch to Camcorder
The image to be recorded appears.
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2. Adjust the image to be recorded.
• Press the Up or Down key to zoom in or out on your
subject.
• Press the Left or Right key to adjust the brightness of
the image.
• Press the Menu soft key to access the video options.
See page 142
• Use the number keypad to adjust the image quickly.
See page 143.
3. To start recording, press
. The timer on the top right
of the screen shows you the elapsed time.
4. To stop recording before the maximum recording time is
up, press the Stop soft key.
5. Press the Save soft key to save the video.
The video clip is saved to either the phone’s memory or
on the memory card, depending on the setting of the
Default Storage. See page 142.
After saving the photo, the camcorder automatically
returns to Preview mode.
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Setting camcorder options
You can customise the camcorder settings. Once you set
the video settings, the corresponding icons display at the
top of the Video Preview screen.
1. On the Video Preview screen, press the Menu soft key.
2. Adjust any of the following settings:
• Effect: Select a colour tone for the video.
• White Balance: Adjust a colour balance of the video.
• Flash: Turn the flash on or off.
• Timer: Select the length of time for the phone to
delay before recording a video.
• Take Photo: Switch to Camera mode.
• Camcorder Settings: Change the default settings for
recording a video.
Recording Mode: Select the recording time limit. If
you selected No Limit, the phone records a video to
the limit of the memory remaining.
Video Quality: Select an image quality.
Audio Record: Select whether or not you record
audio with a video clip.
Default Storage: Select whether you want to store
your video clips in the HDD, My Device or Storage
Card directory on your phone or on the memory card,
if you use one.
Default Name: Change the default prefix of video
names.
• Camcorder Shortcut: check the functions of the keys
you can use in Camcorder mode.
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Using the keypad shortcuts
You can use the keypad to customise your video settings
when you are on the Video Preview screen.
•
: switches to Camera mode.
•
: changes the image quality.
•
: switches to the recording mode.
•
: changes the colour tone.
•
: changes the white balance.
•
: mutes or unmutes audio.
•
: selects the length of delay time before starting
recording a video.
•
: accesses the video clips saved in the currently
selected storage location.
•
: turns the flash on or off.
Playing video clips
To view the video clips you have recorded, press the My
Videos soft key in Camcorder mode. The list of the video
clips stored in the currently selected storage memory:
HDD, My Device, or Storage card.
For further details, see page 153.
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SAMSUNG Media Player
With Samsung Media Player, you can play most common
music and movie files, such as WMV, WMA, MP3, 3GP, MP4,
AAC, AAC+ files.
To play media files on your phone, you must copy files to
the phone’s memory or the memory card.
To open Samsung Media Player:
From any screen, press . You can also press the Start
soft key from the Home screen and select More →
Samsung Media.
Windows Media Player
Your phone is equipped with Microsoft Windows Media
Player 10. With Windows Media Player, you can play
Windows Media Audio, Windows Media Video, and MP3
audio files that are stored on your phone, a memory card,
or on the Web.
To open Windows Media Player:
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
More → More → Windows Media.
Preparing media files
The Windows Media Player of your phone can play various
file formats, such as .asf, .wma, .wmv, and .mp3. You can
copy media files from your desktop computer to the phone
using the Windows Media Player or ActiveSync. You can
also copy media files using the memory card.
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Note: If you have stored too many files in memory, the
operation speed of the system slows down. Using an
optional memory card helps you clear up this problem
and lets you enjoy more music files.
About DRM, licenses, and protected files
Some digital media files, such as songs downloaded from
online stores, are encrypted to prevent the files from being
unlawfully distributed or shared. Content providers use a
technology called Digital Rights Management (DRM), to
encrypt the files. During the encryption process, the
content provider creates a license which specifies how and
when the file can be used.
For example, a content provider could create a license that
allows you to play a certain file on your computer, but not
on your phone. Or, a license that allows you to play a
certain file on your phone, but only for a month, or perhaps
only a certain number of times. Files that have licenses
associated with them are called protected files.
If you want to copy a protected file from your desktop
computer to your phone, use the desktop Media Player to
synchronise the file to your phone. This will ensure that the
license is copied along with the protected file. In the
desktop version of Windows Media Player 10 or later, you
can use the Sync feature to automatically copy your audio
files, video files, and play lists to your phone every time
you connect.
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To copy media files using ActiveSync:
1. Connect your phone to a computer and start
synchronisation by referring to page 52.
2. Open the file directory on the phone by clicking Explore
from the Microsoft ActiveSync window.
3. Double-click My Smartphone and drag the media files
you want to copy in the sub-folder in the My
Smartphone window.
Windows Media Player automatically retrieves the media
files from the folder where the files are copied and you
can search them from the Library screen. If the media
files do not appear in Library, you can manually update
the library by pressing the Menu soft key and selecting
Update Library.
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To copy media files using the desktop player:
In addition to Active Sync, you can use the desktop player
to copy media files. Using the desktop player ensures that
licenses are copied with protected files. See page 145.
Make sure that you have Windows Media Player 10 or later
versions on your desktop computer. Depending on the
version of your desktop player, the procedure to copy files
may vary.
1. Connect your phone to the desktop computer and start
synchronisation using a USB cable.
2. Open Windows Media Player on the desktop computer.
3. Click the Sync tab.
4. Click the Edit Playlist icon.
5. Select the media files you want to synchronise from the
left pane of the window.
6. Click OK.
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7. Select the saving location from the right pane.
8. Click
OK.
to select the quality level you want and click
The selected files are converted and copied to the
location you selected in step 7.
Using libraries
A library is a file list provided by Windows Media Player to
retrieve media files in the phone’s memory.
The Library screen contains categories, such as My Music,
My Videos, My TV, and My Playlists. Using the Library
screen, you can sort your content by criteria, such as artist
name, album title, or genre.
On the Library screen, you can use the following options by
pressing the Menu soft key:
• Queue Up: Adds the selected file to the end of the
current play list.
• Delete from Library: Deletes the selected file from the
library.
• Library: Allows you to select the library that you want to
view (for example, the library of files stored on your
phone or on the memory card).
• Update Library: Adds new files to the library by
searching your phone or a memory card. Press the
Search soft key to start searches for new media files and
add them to the corresponding library. When adding files
has been finished, press the Done soft key.
• Open File: allows you to find and play files that are
stored on your phone or a memory card, but those are
not in the library.
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• Done: closes the Library screen and displays the player
screen.
Playing music and video files
If you have copied media files to your phone’s memory or
memory card, you can play them from Media Player.
To play media files from a library:
1. On the Library screen, if necessary, press the Menu soft
key and select Library and then select the memory that
you want to use.
2. Select a category, such as My Music or My Video.
3. Scroll to the library you want to play and press the Play
soft key.
Note: If the file does not appear in a library, on the Library
screen, press the Menu soft key and select Open File.
On the File System screen, select the file you want to
play.
4. The player screen is displayed and the selected file
plays.
Use the following options during playback:
• To adjust the volume, press the Up or Down key. You can
view the volume level on the screen.
• To adjust the earpiece volume, press
.
• To move backward in a file, press and hold the Left key.
• To move forward in a file, press and hold the Right key.
• To access the next file, press the Right key.
• To access the previous file, press the Left key.
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• To pause or resume playback, press
.
• To play the files in the play list randomly or repeatedly,
press the Menu soft key and select Shuffle/Repeat.
• To stop playback, press the Menu soft key and select
Stop.
To play media files on a network:
1. On the Player screen, press the Menu soft key and
select Open URL.
2. Enter a URL in the URL field.
Or scroll to a URL that you have used in the History
field.
3. Press the OK soft key.
Note: To play streaming media, you must be connected to a
network. For more information on creating a remote
connection between your phone and a network, see
page 194.
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Setting up a play list
You can add media files on the Library screen to a
temporary play list. It lists the currently playing file, as well
as any files that have been queued up to play next.
Creating a play list
1. On the Library screen, select the category you want and
scroll to the file you want to play.
If the file does not appear on the list, press the Menu
soft key and select Update Library. You can also select
Open File to display the File System screen and search
the files you want.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Queue Up to add
the file to the play list.
3. Repeat from step 1 to add more files.
4. Press
5. Press
to return to the player screen.
to start playing the files.
Opening the play list
On the player screen, press the Now Playing soft key. You
can use various options by pressing the Menu soft key.
Editing the play list
• To change the play order, press the Menu soft key and
select Move Up or Move Down.
• To delete the selected files, press the Menu soft key and
select Delete from Playlist.
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• To clear the play list, press the Menu soft key and select
Clear Now Playing.
Changing the Window Media Player
settings
You can customise the appearance and functionality of
Windows Media Player. On the player screen, press the
Menu soft key and select Options.
You can use the following options:
• Playback: Select the options for playback. You can
select the way time is displayed on the player screen, or
whether or not to pause playback when you lunch
another programme, and resume playback after a phone
call.
• Audio/Video: Select the viewing options for playing
videos, such as shrinking oversized videos and playing
videos in a full screen.
• Network: Change network connection settings to be
used for playing streaming videos.
• Library: Select whether the player screen or the Library
screen is displayed when you open Windows Media
Player.
• Skins: Change the appearance of the player screen by
selecting a new skin.
• Buttons: Assign Windows Media Player functions to the
keys on your phone to quickly control playback without
having to use the menus.
Note: If there is a problem while playing MP4 files, access the
Audio/Video settings and uncheck the Shrink to fit
window option. The problem occurs because the file
has been resized.
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SRS WOW XT Settings
SRS WOW XT for Mobile is a suite of 3D audio, bass
enhancement, and mono and stereo speaker technologies
designed to improve the quality of mobile audio, e g
cellular phone sound quality.
To enjoy music with high audio quality, enable the WOW XT
feature before playing media files.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select More → More → Tools → SRS WOW XT.
3. On the SRS WOW XT screen, select On in the SRS On/
Off field.
4. Select the type you want in the SRS EQ field.
5. Press the Done soft key.
Note:
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc. WOW technology
is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
My Items
This programme allows you to access all of the media
content, such as photos, pictures, music files, video clips,
or sound clips, stored in your phone's directory.
To open My Items:
From the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
More → My Items.
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Viewing images
1. From the My Items screen, select Images and then an
image category:
• My photos: Photos you have taken.
• Download Images: Images downloaded from the
Internet or imported from a computer.
• Storage Card: Images stored in a memory card.
2. Select a file.
3. Press
to view the photo on the Full screen.
4. Press the Left or Right key to view the next or previous
photo.
Changing the view mode
1. While viewing a photo, press the Menu soft key and
select Zoom.
2. Select an option.
• Fit to Screen: you can fit the photo to the screen
width.
• Actual Size: you can view the photo in actuatl size.
Viewing a slide show
You can view your photos in as a slide show. A slide show is
a sequential presentation of each of the photos in the
current album.
To view a slide show:
1. Open a photo.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Start Slide Show.
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While viewing a slide show, press the Up or Down
navigation key to change the screen to Landscape view
or Portrait view. To replay the slide show, press
.
3. To end the slide show, press
.
Setting a photo for the home screen
You can set a photo as wallpaper for the home screen.
1. Open the photo you want.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Set as Home
Screen.
3. Press the Yes soft key to confirm.
Playing a video clip
1. From the My Items screen, select Videos and then a
video category.
2. Select the file you want.
Samsung Media Player opens and the video plays.
3. Use the following options during playback:
• To adjust the earpiece volume, press
. Press the
Up or Down key to adjust the player volume.
• To pause or resume playback, press
.
Playing a music/sound clip
1. From the My Items screen, select Music or Sounds and
then an video category.
2. Select the file you want.
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3. Use the following options during playback:
• To adjust the earpiece volume, press
. Press the
Up or Down key to adjust the player volume.
• To pause or resume playback, press
.
Switching to another folder
You can open files in any folder in the other directory of
your phone.
1. From the file list of a folder, press the Menu soft key
and selec Change Folder.
2. Select a folder. If necessary, repeat this step to open a
subfolder.
Sending a file
You can send files as part of an MMS message or via an
active infrared or Bluetooth connection.
1. Scroll to the photo you want or open the photo.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Send.
3. Select a method; as MMS, via IR, or via Bluetooth.
4. If you opt to send the photo in an MMS message, a new
message screen opens. Add text and press the Send
soft key. For details, see page 93.
If you opt to send the photo via an infrared connection,
align your phone’s infrared port with the one on the
other phone or PC. See page 188.
If you opt to send the photo via a Bluetooth connection,
see page 191.
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Copying and moving a file
You can copy and move files to other folders.
1. Scroll to the file you want.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Edit → Copy or
Move.
3. Scroll to the folder you want and press the Done soft
key.
Deleting a file
1. Scroll to the file you want to delete.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Delete.
3. Press the Yes soft key to confirm the deletion.
FunBox
Using FunBox, you can download Java applications, such
as games and tools specifically designed for mobile phones,
to your phone through the Internet. Once you have
downloaded Java applications, they are added to the
FunBox main screen.
To open FunBox:
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
More → FunBox.
Downloading Java games and utilities
The WAP Browser application is used to browse and
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the Internet.
Multimedia
1. On the FunBox main screen, press the Download soft
key.
The WAP browser opens.
2. Find the Java link you want.
3. Select the MIDlet you want to download.
4. When the confirmation message appears, press the Yes
soft key to install the application.
The detailed information about the application you want
to install displays and the confirmation message
appears.
5. Press the Install soft key to install the application.
6. When the installation is finished, the application is saved
in the FunBox main screen and the phone launches the
application.
Opening a Java application
1. On the FunBox main screen, scroll to the application you
want to open from the list.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Download.
Note: Some delays in play may occur with downloaded games
saved in the HDD.
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Games
Your phone includes fun games, such as Jawbreaker and
Solitaire in the Games application.
To open Games:
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
More → More → Games.
Jawbreaker
The object of Jawbreaker is to clear out all the balls. The
rule is that you may only clear out adjacent same-coloured
balls. The score depends on clear out every balls.
Playing the game
1. On the Start screen, select Jawbreaker.
2. Navigate to the ball you want to clear and press
.
The group will be outline, and the score for that selection
will be shown.
3. Press
to accept that selection.
Press the Menu soft key and select Statistics to view
statistics or information about the game.
You can customise the game options such as play sounds,
game style, or ball colour by pressing the Menu soft key
and selecting Options.
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Solitaire
The object of Solitaire is to use all the cards in the deck to
build up the four suit stacks in ascending order, beginning
with aces.
Playing the game
1. On the Start screen, select Solitaire. Press the Menu
soft key and select New Game. The game starts.
2. Move any aces on the seven stacks to the four card
spaces at the top of the screen and then make any other
available plays.
To move cards, press the number or character of the
card to move and then press the number or character of
the stack to which you want to move the card.
Note: Pressing the Up key moves a card to one of the four
stacks in the upper right corner of the screen if it
belongs there.
3. When you have made all available plays, press the
Draw soft key to turn over cards.
Calculator
The calculator allows you to perform general mathematical
functions, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division.
To use the calculator:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
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2. Select More → More → Accessories → Calculator.
3. Enter the numbers and perform calculations by pressing
the Navigation key or
.
You can also add a decimal point by pressing
.
To clear the last digit entered in a multi digit entry, press
or press the Clear soft key.
4. To execute the calculation, press
.
Smart Converter
In Smart Converter, you can perform unit conversions.
To use the converter:
1. On the Home Screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select More → More → Tools → Smart Converter.
3. Select a converter type.
4. Select an original unit and enter the value to be
converted in the upper field.
Note: Press
to add a decimal point. In the temperature
converter, press
to change the temperature to
below or above zero.
5. Select a target unit. The equivalent value appears in the
blue field.
Note: for the currency converter, you can change currency
rates. Press the Menu soft key and Currency rates.
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Voice Notes
In any programme where you can write on the screen, you
can also quickly capture thoughts, reminders, and phone
numbers by recording a message. In Voice Notes, you can
create a recording.
To open Voice Notes:
From any screen, press . You can also press the Start
soft key on the Home screen, and select More → Voice
Notes.
Recording a voice note
1. Hold your phone’s microphone near your mouth or other
source of sound.
2. Press the Record soft key to make your recording.
The numbers on the centre of the screen indicate the
elapsed time.
3. Press the Stop soft key to stop recording.
Your phone automatically saves the voice note labelled
with the title and lists the notes on the All Notes screen.
Reviewing a voice note
1. On the All Notes list, select the note you want to review.
Recording is playing.
You can adjust the sound volume by pressing
2. Press the Stop soft key to stop playing.
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Setting a voice note as the ringtone
1. On the All Notes list, scroll to a voice note.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Set As Ringtone.
3. Press the OK soft key.
Voice Assist
Voice Assist is a speech recognition application that enables
you to launch applications or dial contacts by speaking an
associated command into the microphone.
Voice tips
• Speak clearly, naturally, and continuously. Try to avoid
hesitations, such as “er” and “um”, at the beginning and
in the middle of phrases.
• If you are in a very noisy environment, use the headset.
If you are not using the headset, address the internal
microphone at the bottom of the phone at a distance of
about 10 to 20 cm from your mouth.
• Speak when Voice Assist is ready to listen, as indicated
by the progress bar and after an audible beep.
• If Voice Assist doesn’t clearly hear what you said, try
repeating your voice command. If problems persist, try
the Sensitivity setting to optimise the speech engine for
your voice.
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To open Voice Assist:
On the Home screen, press and hold . You can also press
the Start soft key on the Home screen and select More →
Voice Assist. The Voice Command screen displays.
When the phone prompts you with displaying “Please say a
command”, say one of the commands:
• Name Dial
• Name Search
• Open <Program>
• Call <Name>
Dialling a number
You can make a phone call by saying the name that has
been assigned to a contact in Contacts or the SIM card.
Note: To use the Name Dial feature, the name that you want
to dial must be in Contacts or the SIM card. For details
about Contacts, see page 122.
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1. On the Voice Command screen, after a voice prompt
followed by a short beep, say “Name Dial”.
2. On the Name Dial screen, after a voice prompt followed
by a short beep, say a name in the following manner:
“<First Name + Last Name>”
If Voice Assist does not hear anything until the progress
bar moves to the end, you will be asked to repeat the
command up to 3 times.
Note: You can also say “Call” and then a person’s name stored
in Contacts or on the SIM card to make a call by voice
command; for example, say “Call James Bond.” This will
save you a step for name dialling.
3. Your phone recognises your command and displays a list
of one or more names in the confirmation screen.
Note: If Quick Launch is checked at Settings, this
confirmation step will be skipped and the best
recognition result will be executed immediately.
4. Scroll to the item you want to open and press the Ok
soft key.
• If the item you want to open is the only item in the list
, it is already highlighted, then press the Ok soft key
OR wait until the time slider moves at the right end for
immediate execution.
5. If the selected name has more than one number, the
phone asks which number you want to dial. Repeat step
4 to select a number category.
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6. If you press the Ok soft key or say nothing for 3
seconds, the phone dials the currently selected number.
Searching for contacts
You can retrieve contact information for any name in
Contacts or the SIM card by saying that name. Your phone
displays the information.
1. On the Voice Command screen, after a voice prompt
followed by a short beep, say “Name Search”.
2. On the Name Search screen, after a voice prompt
followed by a short beep, say a name of the contact in
the following manner: “<First Name + Last Name>”.
If Voice Assist does not hear anything until the progress
bar moves to the end, you will be asked to repeat the
command up to 3 times.
3. Your phone recognises your command and displays a list
of one or more names in the confirmation screen. Follow
step 4 on page 166.
Note: If Quick Launch is checked at Settings, this
confirmation step will be skipped and the best
recognition result will be executed immediately.
4. If you press the Ok soft key or say nothing for 3
seconds, the phone displays the currently selected
contact.
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Opening applications by voice
You can use your voice to launch applications that exist in
Start menu.
1. On the Voice Command screen, after a voice prompt
followed by a short beep, say an application name in the
following manner: “Open <Application Name>”.
2. Your phone recognises your command and displays a list
of one or more applications in the confirmation screen.
Follow step 4 on page 166.
Note: If Quick Launch is checked at Settings, this
confirmation step will be skipped and the best
recognition result will be executed immediately.
3. If you press the Ok soft key or say nothing for 3
seconds, the phone automatically opens the currently
selected application.
Customising Voice Assist settings
You can customise the various settings for using Voice
Assist by pressing the Settings soft key on the Voice
Command screen.
• Timeout: Adjust the maximum time to listen to your
commands.
• Voice Guides: Check for more comprehensive voice
prompts and responses.
• Quick Launch: Check to skip the confirmation.
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• Sensitivity: Adjust the sensitivity in which your phone
distinguishes the current voice and noise. Change the
setting if your phone has difficulty recognising your voice.
Time Manager
Time Manager enables you to use various clock features
provided by your phone. You can use the phone as the
alarm clock, world time clock, D-Day clock, and stopwatch.
To open Time Manager:
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
More → More → Tools → Time Manager.
Setting an alarm
You can use the alarm clock to set a wake up alarm or set
an alarm to remind you of an appointment once or
everyday. On the Time Manager screen, select Alarm.
To set a wake-up alarm:
1. On the Alarm screen, select Morning Call.
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2. Put a check mark and enter the time for the wake-up
alarm to ring in the Time field.
Set each wake-up
alarm.
You can make up to 3 wake-up alarms.
3. Select the days when the wake-up alarm rings in the
week viewer.
4. Select a melody for the alarm in the Tone field.
5. Select a time interval to resume the alarm after the
alarm is stopped in the Snooze field.
6. Press the Save soft key.
To set an alarm:
1. On the Alarm screen, select one of Alarm 1 to Alarm 4.
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2. Set each alarm option.
3. Press the Save soft key.
To stop an alarm:
When an alarm rings, press the Dismiss soft key to stop it.
Press the Snooze soft key to set the alarm to ring again
after 5 minutes
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Viewing world clock
The world map enables you to check the time and date in
many cities all over the world.
1. On the Time Manager screen, select World Clock.
In the World Clock screen, GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)
is displayed on the top line.
2. Select the clock you want.
3. Press the Left or Right key to move the time zone line.
To apply daylight savings to the currently selected time
zone, select Summer Time.
4. Press the Save soft key to save the selected time zone.
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Setting a D-day clock
You can set a count down clock to check how many days
and hours remains before or have passed from a specific
day.
1. On the Time Manager screen, select D-Day.
2. Press the New soft key.
3. Enter the title of the event in the Title field.
4. Set the date you want to count from in the Date field.
5. Set the number of days you want to count and set
whether the d-day is ahead or after the date you set.
6. Select Alarm to set an alarm for the D-Day clock.
7. Press the Save soft key.
Using a stopwatch
You can measure elapsed time interval.
1. On the Time Manager screen, select Stop Watch.
2. Press the Start soft key to start the timer.
3. Press the Record soft key to check an interval.
You can do this step for a total of 100 intervals.
4. Press the Stop soft key to stop the stopwatch.
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Picsel Viewer
Picsel Viewer is a revolutionary product for document
browsing on thin-client computing platforms. It allows you
to view content on your phone without any file-conversion
or loss of content. Simply by using the Navigation key, you
can scroll your document sideways or vertically to view
larger pages on a smaller screen and zoom in or out to
view intricate details or overviews.
To view a document, you must transfer documents from a
PC. If you have installed the memory card, you can view
the files stored in it.
By default, Picsel Viewer supports most common desktop
document formats, such as .doc, .xls, .ppt, .pdf and .wmf.
Note: Some document formats, such as .xls and .ppt, are not
transformed into their corresponding file types when
you copy them to your phone by using ActiveSync, so
that you cannot view the documents in the directory.
To avoid this case, change the conversion setting on the
ActiveSync screen on your computer.
To open Picsel Viewer:
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
More → More → Tools → Picsel Viewer.
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Viewing a document
On the Picsel Viewer screen, the file directory of the phone
is displayed. The folders which contain further documents
are shown in yellow.
Go back to the
upper level
directory.
1. Select the folder containing the document you want.
If you have installed a memory card, Storage Card
appears to allow you to access files on the memory
card.
2. Select the document you want to open.
Documents look like sheets of paper in various other
colours, depending on their types as follows:
Adobe PDF:
, Microsoft World:
, Microsoft Power
Point:
, Microsoft Excel:
, Plain Text:
, JPEG/
BMP/GIF/PNG:
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Options in a document view
You can use the following options while viewing a
document.
• Rotating: To rotate the screen 90 degrees clockwise,
press the Menu soft key and select Page → Rotate.
• Zooming: To zoom in or out, spin the Navigation key, or
press the Menu soft key and select Page → Zoom in or
Zoom out.
• Fitting to width: To fit the width of the page on screen,
press
or press the Menu soft key and select Page →
Fit to width.
• Panning: To pan to a different part of the document,
press the Navigation key to move to the direction you
want.
• Navigating: To navigate the pages, press the Menu soft
key and select Page → Next Page, Previous Page,
First Page, or Last Page.
Keypad shortcuts
In a document view, you can use the following shortcut
keys:
•
: navigates to the previous page.
•
: pans up.
•
: navigates to the next page.
•
: pans left.
•
: rotates the screen 90 degrees clockwise.
•
: pans right.
•
: navigates to the first page.
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•
: pans down.
•
: navigates to the last page.
•
: zoom in.
•
: fits to the width of the page.
•
: zooms out.
Viewing History
The history view shows you previously visited documents
as a small thumbnail-image of the document, and the
document’s name, location, and the date of your visiting.
To open the history view, press the Menu soft key and
select History.
To access any of the documents from the history view,
select the small picture of that page.
Note: Documents will remain on the history list until a certain
number of days have passed. You can control this
period in the option. See page 177.
Viewing the Favourites list
For your favourite documents, you can keep a list in
Favourites. This looks similar to the history view but
includes only those pages you have explicitly added. Before
viewing the Favourites list, first you must add the pages to
the Favourites list.
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To add the current page to the Favourites list:
1. Press the Menu soft key and select Favourites to
access the Favourites list.
2. Press the Add/Delete soft key and select Add.
3. Enter the name you want and then press the OK soft
key.
To open a favourite page:
Access the Favourites list and select the thumbnail of the
page you want.
Changing Picsel Viewer settings
On the Picsel Viewer screen, press the Menu soft key and
select Settings. The following options are available:
• Preferences: Set the period after which the thumbnail
pictures and descriptions of pages are purged from the
history memory. To clear the History list, select Clear
History.
• Files: Select the file types which can be displayed on the
Picsel Viewer screen. Select All to select all file formats.
• Help: Shows the Help screen for using Picsel Viewer.
• About: Shows information about the developers of Picsel
Viewer.
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File Manager
The File Manager application allows you to open an
explorer window similar to a desktop Windows based
system. The explorer window allows you to navigate
through your phone to locate desired folders and files.
You can also quickly manage, delete, copy, or edit any files
and folders on your phone.
Note: If you turn off the phone after storing some files in any
folders, except for the Storage folder, using
ActiveSync, all of the files in those folders will be
deleted. Store important files in the Storage folder to
prevent them from being deleted.
To open File Manager:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select More → More → Tools → File Manager.
The list of the folders in the phone’s memory displays.
3. Scroll to the folder that you want to view.
4. Select an item, to open it.
Managing files
To use file management options, such as Copy, Delete, or
Paste, Rename, press the Edit soft key.
You can use the following options while using the File
Manager application:
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• To create a new folder, press the Edit soft key and select
New Folder.
• To add a folder to a Favourites list, press the Menu soft
key and select Favorites → Add current file/folder.
• To send a file, press the Menu soft key and select Send
→ via IR, via Bluetooth, or as MMS.
• To change the order of files or folders, press the Menu
soft key and select Sorting → a category.
• To refresh the list of the folders or files, press the Menu
soft key and select Refresh.
• To return to the first level directory, press the Menu soft
key and select Folder Tree.
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SIM Manager
The SIM Manager application enables you to view the
contact cards stored on the SIM card and to copy the
contact(s) from the SIM card to the contact list on your
phone. You can also create a new contact card on the SIM
card, edit, and delete the contact card.
Viewing SIM contacts
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select More → More → Tools → SIM Manager.
The contact list is displayed on the SIM Manager screen.
3. From the SIM contact list:
• To create a new entry, press the New soft key.
• To register the phone number and name as the own
number on the SIM card, press the Menu soft key and
select Own Number.
• To view the amount of the contacts, SMS messages,
and CB messages stored on the SIM card, press the
Menu soft key and select Memory Status.
• To refresh the SIM contacts, press the Menu soft key
and select Refresh.
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Copying contacts to the Contacts
application
You can copy a contact or all contacts stored on the SIM
card to the Contacts application.
1. On the SIM Manager screen, select the check box next
to the contact name you want to copy to your phone.
If you want to copy all contacts, press the Menu soft
key and select Check → Check All.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select SIM Tool → Copy
to Contacts.
To change the number category, press the Menu soft
key and select Change (M/H/W).
3. Press the Copy soft key.
4. Press the OK soft key.
5. To verify that your contacts have been copied to your
phone, go to Contacts and search for the added
contacts.
Using the SIM Manager options
On the SIM Manager screen, press the Menu soft key and
select SIM Tool. The following options are available.
• View: shows the selected SIM entry.
• Edit: allows you to edit the selected entry.
• Delete Entries: allows you to delete the selected
entry(ies).
• Dial: dials the number in the selected entry.
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• Send SMS: sends the SMS message using the number in
the selected entry.
• Copy to Contacts: copies the selected entry(ies) to the
Contacts application.
• Beam: allows you to send the selected entry via an
infrared or a Bluetooth connection.
Using the SMS Tool options
Sometimes, text messages may be stored on the SIM card,
depending on their specifications. To view these messages,
press the Menu soft key and select SMS Tool. You can
view a list of the sender’s phone numbers of the received
SMS messages stored on the SIM card.
On the SIM SMS Tool screen, press the Menu soft key to
move SIM messages from the SIM card to the phone’s
memory and view or delete an SMS message.
To jump across your selection between the SIM list and the
PDA list, press the Change soft key.
Task Manager
Your phone is a multi-tasking device. It can run more than
one application at the same time. However, multi-tasking
may cause hang-ups, freezing, and memory problems.
To end the applications currently operating, use Task
Manager.
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To open Task Manager:
On the Home screen, press the Start soft key and select
More → More → Tools → Task Manager. The list of all the
applications currently running on your phone appears.
Managing running applications
• To activate an application, press the Menu soft key and
select Activate.
• To close an application, press the Menu soft key and
select Stop. To close all applications, select Stop All.
• To refresh the application list, press the Menu soft key
and select Refresh.
Checking the memory status
You can check the memory in use for running applications
or storing files and information. Press the Menu soft key
and select Memory.
Checking the storage memory
You can check the memory in use for storing files in each
storage folder: Storage Card, Storage, and HDD. Press
the Menu soft key and select Storage.
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You can use your phone to exchange information with other
mobile devices as well as your desktop computer, a
network, or the Internet. You have the following connection
options:
• Use the infrared (IR) port on your device to send and
receive files between two devices.
• Exchange information between devices with Bluetooth
capabilities without a physical connection.
• Connect the phone to your computer using a USB or
IrDA connection to use the phone as a modem.
• Connect to your Internet service provider (ISP) or the
network at your company. Once connected, you can
send or receive e-mail and instant messages, and
browse the Internet or intranet.
• Connect to your desktop computer to synchronise
remotely. Once connected, you can synchronise data
such as your Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, or Inbox data.
For details on ActiveSync, see Chapter 3
“Synchronising information.”
Beaming with infrared connections
Your phone can send and receive files to and from other IR
devices. In most cases, you can also receive files from your
PC when it is equipped with an IR port. The two devices
must be aimed at each other approximately four inches
apart.
If you have difficulty getting the two devices to send or
receive data, try the following:
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• Make sure that the IR port windows are clear and free
of any dirt or obstructions and that there are no
obstacles between the IR port windows.
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• Adjust the room lighting or move to another location.
Some types of lighting may interfere with
transmission.
Note: Your phone’s IrDA function is only compatible with
Microsoft Smart phones and Windows 2000/XP
computers.
Activating or deactivating IrDA receptions
By default your phone detects incoming IR transmissions
and prompts you to accept them.
If you do not want your device to receive data, take the
following steps:
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Beam.
3. Deselect Receive incoming beams.
4. Press the Done soft key.
Receiving data
1. Align the IR port on your phone with the IR port on
another device.
Note: The display on your phone must be active.
2. Have the other device send the data to your phone. Your
phone will automatically receive the data.
3. When prompted to receive an incoming data, press the
Yes soft key.
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Sending data
1. Locate the item you want to send in an application, such
as Calendar, Contacts, Camera, Camcorder, or File
Manager.
2. Scroll to the item.
3. Press the Menu soft key and select Beam, followed by
the type of item, such as Contact or Appointment.
If you send an item in File Manager, press the Menu
soft key and select Send → via IR.
In Camera or Camcorder, press the Menu soft key and
select Send → Via IR.
4. Align the IR port on your phone with the IR port on the
device. The two devices starts an IrDA connection and
the other device name appears on your phone.
Note: The display on your phone must be active.
Beaming with Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications
technology. Devices with Bluetooth capabilities can
exchange data over a distance of about 10 meters (30 feet)
without requiring a physical connection.
Unlike infrared, you don’t need to line up the phone with
another device to beam information with Bluetooth.
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Activating Bluetooth mode
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → Bluetooth → Bluetooth.
3. On the Bluetooth screen, select the operating mode you
want in the Bluetooth field.
You can use the following operating mode:
• On: The Bluetooth radio is turned on and you can use
Bluetooth features.
• Off: The Bluetooth radio is turned off. You can neither
send nor receive data by using Bluetooth.
• Discoverable: The Bluetooth radio is turned on, and
all of the other Bluetooth devices within range (about
10 meters) can detect your device and attempt to
beam data to your device, establish a bond, or use a
Bluetooth service.
4. Press the Done soft key.
Searching for and pairing with a Bluetooth
device
1. On the Bluetooth screen, press the Menu soft key and
select Devices.
2. To search for a new device, press the Menu soft key and
select New.
3. Wait for the phone to search for Bluetooth devices.
4. Select a device to connect to the paired device.
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5. Enter a Bluetooth passkey and press the Done soft key.
This code is used just once and you don’t need to
memorise it.
When the owner of the other device enters the same
code, paring is finished.
Note: Some devices, especially headsets or hands-free car
kits, may have a fixed Bluetooth PIN, such as 0000. If
the other device has one, you must enter the code.
6. Enter a display name for the other device and press the
Done soft key.
7. Press the OK soft key.
Using the device options
When you press the Menu soft key from the device list,
you can access the following options:
• New: allows you to search for any devices.
• Edit: allows you to change the name of the connectable
device.
• Delete: allows you to delete the device.
• Set as Hands-free: allows you to use the connectable
device as a hands-free kit. You can converse with the
other person on the phone without holding the phone to
your ear during a call.
Receiving data with Bluetooth
1. When a notification that a remote device is trying to
connect to your phone, press the Bluetooth passkey
entered from the device and press the Done soft key.
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2. When prompted to receive an incoming data, press the
Yes soft key.
Sending data with Bluetooth
1. Locate the item you want to send in an application, such
as Calendar, Contacts, Camera, Camcorder, or File
Manager.
2. Scroll to the item.
3. Press the Menu soft key and select Beam followed by
the type of item.
If you send and item in File Manager, Camera, or
Camcorder, press the Menu soft key and select Send
→ via Bluetooth.
4. Search for and pair with the device by following from
step 2 on page 187.
The phone searches for devices within range and
displays a list of available devices.
5. Select the device you want to start sending data.
6. Press the OK soft key when sending has been complete.
Using a Bluetooth stereo headset
Using a Bluetooth stereo headset, you can play the audio
files or converse with the person on the phone without
holding the phone to your ear. You can purchase a
Bluetooth stereo headset separately.
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To pair with a Bluetooth headset:
1. On the Bluetooth screen, select Bluetooth Stereo.
2. To search for a new headset, press the Menu soft key
and select New.
3. Scroll to a headset and press the Menu soft key and
select Connect.
4. Press the Yes soft key to confirm the connection.
5. Enter a fixed Bluetooth PIN and press the Done soft
key.
6. Press the OK soft key to confirm the connection with the
headset has been established.
7. Press the Done soft key.
To play a audio file:
1. During playing an audio file, put on an optional headset.
To converse with a person:
1. During a call, put on an optional headset.
To disconnect the phone and Bluetooth headset:
1. Press the Disconnect soft key.
2. Press the Yes soft key.
3. Press the OK soft key.
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You can also disconnect the phone and the headset by
pressing the relevant button on the headset. For details,
see the user’s guide supplied with the headset.
Modem link
Using Modem Link, you can set your phone to be used as
an external modem for another device or computer when
connected via USB port.
1. Make sure that your phone is not connected with
another device.
2. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
3. Select More → More → Accessories → Modem Link.
4. If you first access this application, press the Done soft
key.
5. Select the type of connection and baud rate.
6. To activate Modem Link press the Menu soft key and
select Activate.
7. Press the Done soft key.
Note: When Modem Link is activated, you cannot use
ActiveSync.
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Connecting to the Internet or your
network
You can use the Data Connections settings to create dialup, Virtual Private Network (VPN), GPRS, and proxy
connections so that you can connect to the Internet or your
corporate network. By using a data connection, you can
browse the Web, download e-mails, chat by using MSN®
Messenger, or synchronise remotely with an Exchange
Server. Check with your service provider to see if a data
connection has already been set up for you, and if overthe-air configuration is supported.
Working with dial-up connections
You can create a dial-up connection to connect remotely to
the Internet, a Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)
network, or your corporate network. Then, when you open
a programme that is configured to use this connection, the
phone uses it to automatically connect to the network.
Creating a dial-up connection
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Data Connections.
3. Press the Menu soft key and select Edit Connections
→ Dial Up Connections.
4. Press the Menu soft key and select Add.
5. Enter the requested information.
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• Description: Enter a name for the connection.
• Connects to: Select a network.
• Phone number: Enter the dial-up number you use to
connect to the network.
• User name: Enter your network user name.
• Password: Enter your password.
• Domain: Enter the domain name, if required.
Note: If you are not sure about the information to enter, ask
your network administrator.
Tip: If you subscribe to General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), you
can set up a GPRS connection to access your corporate
network or the Internet, which is faster than a dial-up
connection. For details, see “Working with GPRS
connections.”
6. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Editing a dial-up connection
1. On the Dial Up Connections screen, scroll to the
connection you want to edit.
2. Press the Menu soft key, and select Edit.
3. Edit the connection settings.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Deleting a dial-up connection
1. On the Dial Up Connections screen, scroll to the
connection you want to delete.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Delete.
3. Press the Yes soft key.
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Working with VPN connections
If your company has set up a virtual private network
(VPN), you can create a VPN connection to gain access to
your corporate network over an Internet connection.
Creating a VPN connection
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Data Connections.
3. Press the Menu soft key and select Edit Connections
→ VPN Connections.
4. Press the Menu soft key and select Add.
5. Enter the requested information.
• Description: Enter a name for the connection.
• VPN type: Select the type of VPN.
• Server: Enter the VPN server name.
• Connects from: Select the type of network from
which you will connect to VPN (typically The
Internet).
• Connects to: Select the type of network to which you
will connect (typically Work).
• User name: Enter your user name for the VPN.
• Password: Enter your password.
• Domain: Enter the domain name, if required.
• IPSec authentication: If you selected IPSec/L2TP
for VPN type, select the type of authentication: PreShared Key or Certificate.
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• IPSec Pre-shared key: If you selected Pre-Shared
Key for IPSec authentication, enter the shared key.
6. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Note: If you are not sure about the information to enter, ask
your network administrator.
Editing a VPN connection
1. On the VPN Connections screen, scroll to the connection
you want to edit.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Edit.
3. Edit the connection settings.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Deleting a VPN connection
1. On the VPN Connections screen, scroll to the connection
you want to delete.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Delete.
3. Press the Yes soft key.
Working with proxy connections
You can use a proxy connection to gain access to the
Internet over an existing connection to your corporate
network.
Creating proxy connection
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
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2. Select Settings → More → Data Connections.
3. Press the Menu soft key and select Edit Connections
→ Proxy Connections.
4. Press the Menu soft key and select Add.
5. Enter the requested information.
• Description: Enter a name for the connection.
• Connects from: Select the type of network from
which you will connect.
• Connects to: Select the type of network to which you
will connect.
• Proxy (name:port): Enter the proxy server name
and port number in the form.
• Type: Select the type of proxy connection to create.
• User name: Enter your user name for the network to
which you will connect.
• Password: Enter your password.
Note: If you are not sure about the information to enter, ask
your network administrator.
Editing proxy connection
1. On the Proxy Connections screen, scroll to the
connection you want to edit.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Edit.
3. Edit the connection settings.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
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Deleting a proxy connection
1. On the Proxy Connections screen, scroll to the
connection you want to delete.
2. Press the Menu soft key, and then select Delete.
3. Press the Yes soft key.
Working with GPRS connections
If you subscribe to General Packet Radio Services (GPRS),
you can set up a GPRS connection to gain access to your
corporate network or the Internet. This is faster than a
dial-up connection.
You can also use your phone as a GPRS modem for a
desktop computer.
Creating a GPRS connection
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Data Connections.
3. Press the Menu soft key and select Edit Connections
→ GPRS Connections.
4. Press the Menu soft key and select Add.
5. Enter the requested information.
• Description: Enter a name for the connection.
• Connects to: Select the type of network to which you
will connect.
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• Access point: Enter the information provided by your
system administrator.
• User name: Enter your user name for the GPRS
network.
• Password: Enter your password.
• Primary DNS: Enter the primary domain naming
system (DNS) address.
• Secondary DNS: Enter the secondary DNS address,
as provided by your system administrator.
• IP address: Enter the Internet Protocol (IP) address,
as provided by your system administrator.
Note: If you are not sure about the information to enter, ask
your network administrator.
Editing a GPRS connection
1. On the GPRS Connections screen, scroll to the
connection you want to edit.
2. Press the Menu soft key and select Edit.
3. Change the connection settings.
4. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
Deleting a GPRS connection
1. On the GPRS Connections screen, scroll to the
connection you want to delete.
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2. Press the Menu soft key and select Delete.
3. Press the Yes soft key.
Setting up Data Connections
After creating connection profiles, you can assign a profile
to each connection type.
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Data Connections.
3. Select a profile in each connection.
4. Press the Done soft key.
Adding a URL exception
Some URLs for Web pages on your company intranet may
use periods, for example: intranet.companyname.com. To
view these pages in Internet Explorer, you must create a
URL exception.
Note: You do not need to create URL exceptions for Internet
URLs.
Adding a URL exception
1. On the Home screen, press the Start soft key.
2. Select Settings → More → Data Connections.
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3. Press the Menu soft key and select Work URL
Exceptions.
4. Press the Menu soft key and select Add.
5. In the URL Pattern field, enter the URL and press the
Done soft key. Separate multiple URLs with a
semicolon.
Editing a URL exception
1. On the Work URL Exceptions screen scroll to the URL
you want to edit.
2. Press the Menu soft key, and then select Edit.
3. Edit the connection settings.
Deleting a URL exception
1. On the Work URL Exceptions screen, scroll to the URL
you want to delete.
2. Press the Menu soft key, and then select Delete.
3. Press the Yes soft key.
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Changing the Data connection options
1. On the Data Connections screen, press the Menu soft
key and select Options.
The following options are available:
• Redial attempts: Select the redial attempt to
connect the Internet or your network after an
unsuccessful connection.
• Idle disconnect after: Select the length of time your
phone waits for connecting to the Internet or your
network after the specified period, your phone will
disconnect from the Internet or your network.
• My desktop connects to: Select the type of network
to which your desktop computer will connect.
2. When you have finished, press the Done soft key.
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Troubleshooting
General problems
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Problem
Description & Solution
“Invalid or
missing SIM card.
Emergency call
only” displays
Check that the SIM card has been
correctly installed.
“No network
coverage,” “Error
unable to connect.
No network
coverage.” or
“Message sending
failed” displays
• The network connection has been lost.
You may be in a weak signal area (in a
tunnel or surrounded by buildings).
Move and try again.
• You are trying to access an option for
which you have not taken out a
subscription with your service provider.
Contact the service provider for further
details.
The bars next to
disappear
• If you have just turned on your phone,
wait about 2 minutes, until your phone
finds the network and receives a signal
from the network.
• If you are in a tunnel or in an elevator,
the phone may not be able to receive
the network signal properly. Move to
an open place.
• This may appear when you move
between different service areas. It is
normal.
The display is not
clear
In direct sunlight, you may not see the
display clearly. Moving to a place with
different lighting should solve this
problem.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Description & Solution
White lines
appear on the
display
This may happen if you turn on the
phone after a long period of disuse, or
after removing the battery without
turning off the phone. This is not related
to the phone’s life or performance. The
display should correct itself shortly.
“PIN code”
appears
• You are using your phone for the first
time. You must enter the Personal
Identification Number (PIN) supplied
with the SIM card.
• The PIN check feature has been
enabled. Each time the phone is
switched on, the PIN has to be
entered. To disable this feature, press
the Start soft key and select Settings
→ More → Security → Disable SIM
PIN, and enter the PIN.
“PUK code”
appears
The PIN code was entered incorrectly
three times in succession and the phone
is now blocked. Enter the PUK supplied
by your service provider.
I forgot the lock,
PIN, initialisation,
or PUK codes
If you forget or lose the lock code,
contact your phone dealer. If you forget
or lose a PIN or PUK code, or if you have
not received such a code, contact your
network provider. For information about
passwords, contact your access point
provider, for example, a commercial
Internet Service Provider (ISP), service
provider, or network operator.
Some delays in
play occur when
playing
downloading
games.
Some delays in play may occur with
games saved on the HDD. Move them to
the phone’s memory or to the memory
card.
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Troubleshooting
Call problems
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Problem
Description & Solution
I have entered a
number but it was
not dialled
• Have you pressed
?
• Check if your wireless connection to
your mobile service provider is
switched on and the signal from the
network is unobstructed.
• You may have set an outgoing call
barring option.
My correspondent
cannot reach me
• Is your phone switched on (
pressed for more than one second)?
• Check if your wireless connection to
your mobile service provider is
switched on and the signal from the
network is unobstructed.
• You may have set an incoming call
barring option.
My correspondent
cannot hear me
speaking
• Have you switched on the
microphone?
• Are you holding the phone close
enough to your mouth? The
microphone is located at the bottom of
the phone.
The audio quality
of the call is poor
• Adjust the voice volume by pressing
.
• Check the signal strength indicator on
the display ( ); the number of bars
indicates the signal strength, from
strong to weak.
• Try moving the phone slightly or
moving closer to a window if you are in
a building.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Description & Solution
Calls to and from
the phone are not
connected
properly, and are
easily
disconnected
• Signals from the network are weak.
Move to another area.
• Touching the antenna area on the top
of the phone may lower the call
quality. Be careful not to touch the
antenna area while using the phone.
Power and charging problems
Problem
Description & Solution
While charging,
the LED on the
travel charger
blinks
• Disconnect the phone from the travel
charger, remove the battery, and then
replace it. Try charging again.
• If the problem persists, clean the
metal contacts on the battery and the
phone.
• If the actions above do not clear the
problem, contact a Samsung service
representative.
The phone
malfunctions or
does not function
Remove the battery and then replace it.
Turn on the phone. Or press the hole on
the bottom of the phone to perform a
soft reset. If the problem persists,
contact a Samsung service
representative.
The LED on the
travel charger
turns to yellow
The travel charger is overheated.
Disconnect the charger from the phone
or unplug it from the power outlet. Wait
until the charger cools down and then
recharge the phone.
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Problem
Description & Solution
The battery’s
standby time is
shorter than
expected
• Batteries are subject to wear and tear.
Standby time may grow shorter as
time passes.
• Leaving the fully charged battery in a
cold or hot place for a long period of
time may reduce battery life.
• Standby time depends on where you
use the phone. The actual time may
differ from the battery’s specifications.
Is it OK if I leave
the phone
connected to the
power outlet after
it is fully charged
(indicated by the
green LED on the
charger is on)
We recommend that you disconnect the
phone from the charger or unplug the
charger from the power outlet.
The phone
becomes hot
This may happen when you are on the
phone or when you use applications,
such as games, the Internet, or the
camera, because the phone needs more
power at those times. This does not
affect the phone’s life and performance.
The battery level
seem sufficient,
but the phone
does not turn on
• Remove the battery from the phone
and reinstall it. Then turn on the
phone.
• Clean the metal contacts both on the
battery and on the phone. Reinstall the
battery and turn on the phone.
The phone turns
off when the
charger is
connected
Some dust on the contacts may cause
unexpected power-off or charging
problems. Clean the metal contacts both
on the battery and on the phone.
Troubleshooting
Application problems
Problem
Description & Solution
“Not enough
memory to
perform
operation. Delete
some data first.”
or “Memory low.
Delete some
data.” displays
To view what kind of data you have and
how much memory the different data
groups consume, press the Start soft
key and select More → More → Tools →
Task Manager. Press the Menu soft
key, and select Memory. Delete old
items from applications. If necessary,
make a backup copy of your data using
ActiveSync or the memory card.
Browser
“Unable to
connect. Verify
your Dial-up or
proxy settings are
correct, and try
again.” displays
Insert proper browser settings. Contact
your service provider for instructions.
The phone is
unable to connect
to the Internet
• Check if you have set up and are
connected to an Internet service
provider.
• Check if your wireless connection to
your mobile service provider is
switched on and the signal from the
GPRS network is not obstructed.
• Verify with your service provider that
your user name and password are
correct.
• Verify with your Internet service
provider that the network you are
trying to connect is available, or try to
connect it from another PC.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Description & Solution
Camera
Images seem
smudged
Check that the camera lens protection
window is clean.
Contacts
No number is
dialled when you
recall a contact
card
• Check that a number has been stored
in the contact card.
• Re-store the number, if necessary.
Infrared
Data does not
transfer via an
infrared
connection
• Line up the infrared ports of two
devices so that they are unobstructed
and within close range.
• Make sure that nothing is between the
two infrared ports.
• Adjust the room lighting. Some types
of light interfere with infrared
connections. Try moving to a different
location or turning off some lights.
Bluetooth
I cannot end a
Bluetooth
connection
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If another device is connected to your
phone, you can either end the
connection using the other device or by
deactivating Bluetooth. Go to Bluetooth
and select the setting Bluetooth → Off.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Description & Solution
I cannot find my
friends Bluetoothenabled device
• Check that both have activated
Bluetooth.
• Check that the distance between the
two devices is not over 10 metres or
that there are no walls or other
obstructions between the devices.
• Check that the other device is not in
Hidden mode.
• Check that both devices are
compatible.
Bluetooth stereo headset
I cannot discover
the remote
Bluetooth stereo
headset
• Check if the Bluetooth functionality on
the phone is turned on.
• Check if the remote Bluetooth stereo
headset is in the discoverable mode.
• Check if the remote Bluetooth device
has the capability to act as a stereo
headset.
I cannot connect
to the remote
Bluetooth stereo
headset
Ensure that the correct PIN was entered
on the phone during the connection with
the headset. Most Bluetooth headsets
have a fixed PIN that would be
mentioned in their user’s guide. You
would need to enter the PIN when
establishing a connection with the
headset.
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Troubleshooting
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Problem
Description & Solution
I cannot listen to
music on the
remote Bluetooth
stereo headset
• Ensure that you are connected to the
Bluetooth stereo headset through the
Bluetooth stereo application.
• Ensure that the song that you are
playing is one of the supported
formats.
• Check the battery levels on the
Bluetooth stereo headset.
• Ensure that the phone and headset are
within range of each other. The
maximum distance between the two
should not be more than 30 feet.
• If the phone established a connection
to the headset when the Windows
Media Player was already playing a
song, this song would not be heard on
the headset. You need to start the
next song or stop the Windows Media
Player to listen to music to the
headset.
There are breaks
in the music being
played on the
remote Bluetooth
stereo headset
• You may observe breaks if there are
walls that separate the phone and the
Bluetooth stereo headset.
• Check whether your phone is in the
Discoverable mode. If not, make the
phone is set to the On mode.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Description & Solution
Call history
The call history
appears empty
You may have activated a filter, and no
communication events fitting that filter
have been logged. To see all events,
press the Start soft key and select Call
History. Press the Menu soft key and
select Filter → No Filter.
Messaging
I cannot select a
contact card when
creating a
message
If the contact card does not have a
phone number or e-mail address, you
cannot select it. Add the missing
information to the contact card in
Contacts.
PC connectivity
Problems occur
when connecting
the phone to a PC
Make sure that ActiveSync is installed
and running on your PC. See the user’s
guide for ActiveSync on the CD-ROM.
For further information on how to use
ActiveSync, see the help function on
ActiveSync or visit www.microsoft.com.
If the above guidelines do not help you to solve the
problem, take note of:
• the model and serial numbers of your phone
• your warranty details
• a clear description of the problem
Then contact your local dealer or Samsung after-sales
service.
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Regulatory notices
SAR certification information
This phone meets European Union (EU) requirements
concerning exposure to radio waves.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is
designed and manufactured so as not to exceed the limits
for exposure to radio-frequency (RF) energy, as
recommended by the EU Council. These limits are part of
comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of
RF energy for the general population. The guidelines were
developed by independent scientific organisations through
the periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies.
The limits include a substantial safety margin designed to
ensure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and
health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a unit of
measurement known as SAR (Specific Absorption Rate).
The SAR limit recommended by the EU Council is 2.0W/Kg.*
The highest SAR value for this model phone was 0.743 w/
Kg.
SAR tests are conducted using standard operating positions
with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is
determined at the highest certified power level, the actual
SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below
the maximum value. This is because the phone is designed
to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the
power required to reach the network. In general, the closer
you are to a base station, the lower the power output of the
phone.
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* The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/
kg) averaged over ten grams of body tissue. The limit incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional protection for the public and to account
for any variations in measurements. The SAR values may vary depending on
national reporting requirements and the network band.
Regulatory notices
Before a new model phone is made available for sale to the
public, compliance with the European R&TTE Directive must
be shown. This directive includes as one of its essential
requirements the protection of the health and safety of the
user and any other person.
European union notice
Products with CE marking comply with the R&TTE Directive
(99/5/EC), the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low
Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of
the European Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the
following European Norms (in brackets are the equivalent
international standards):
• EN 60950 (IEC 60950) - Safety of Information
Technology Equipment
• ETS 300 342-1 (June 1997) - Electromagnetic
compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) for European digital
cellular telecommunications system (GSM 900MHz, GSM
1800MHz, and GSM 1900MHz); Part 1: Mobile and
portable radio and ancillary equipment
• GSM11.10
• ANSI/IEEE C.95.1-1992- specific absorption rate in
mobile phone emission condition for body health
• FCC part 15 and part24
• prENV50166-2, 1995 for SAR
• SAR: 0.762mW/10g
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Regulatory notices
Important safety information
Retain and follow all product safety and operating
instructions. Observe all warnings on the product and in
the operating instructions.
To reduce the risk of bodily injury, electric shock, fire, and/
or damage to the equipment, observe the following
precautions:
General precautions
Heed service markings: Except as explained elsewhere
in the Operating or Service documentation, do not service
any product yourself. Service needed on components inside
these compartments should be done by an authorised
service technician or provider.
Damage requiring service: Unplug the product from the
electrical outlet and refer servicing to an authorised service
technician or provider under the following conditions:
• Liquid has been spilled or an object has fallen into the
product.
• The product has been exposed to rain or water.
• The product has been dropped or damaged.
• There are noticeable signs of overheating.
• The product does not operate normally when you follow
the operating instructions.
Avoid hot areas: The product should be placed away from
heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Avoid wet areas: Never use the product in a wet location.
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Regulatory notices
Avoid pushing objects into product: Never push objects
of any kind into cabinet slots or other openings in the
product. Slots and openings are provided for ventilation.
These openings must not be blocked or covered.
Mounting Accessories: Do not use the product on an
unstable table, cart, stand, tripod, or bracket. Any
mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s
instructions, and should use a mounting accessory
recommended by the manufacturer.
Avoid unstable mounting: Do not place the product with
an unstable base.
Use product with approved equipment: This product
should be used only with personal computers and options
identified as suitable for use with your equipment.
Adjust the volume: Turn down the volume before using
headphones or other audio devices.
Cleaning: Unplug the product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning, but NEVER use water to
clean an LCD screen.
Safety precautions for power supply
unit
Use the correct external power source: A product should be
operated only from the type of power source indicated on
the electrical ratings label. If you are not sure of the type of
power source required, consult your authorised service
provider or local power company. For a product that
operates from battery power or other sources, refer to the
operating instructions that are included with the product.
Handle battery packs carefully: This product contains a
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Lithium Polymer battery.
Regulatory notices
There is a risk of fire and burns if the battery pack is
handled improperly. Do not attempt to open or service the
battery pack. Do not disassemble, crush, puncture, short
external contacts or circuits, dispose of in fire or water, or
expose a battery pack to temperatures of higher than 60°C
(140°F).
Note: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with specified batteries. Dispose of used
batteries according to the local regulations or reference
guide supplied with your product.
Care and maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and
craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The
suggestions below will help you fulfill any warranty
obligations and allow you to enjoy this product for many
years.
• Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories out of
the reach of small children and pets. They may
inadvertently damage these things or choke on small
parts.
• Keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity and liquids
contain minerals that corrode electronic circuits.
• Do not use the phone with a wet hand. Doing so may
cause an electric shock to you or damage to the phone.
• Do not use or store the phone in dusty, dirty areas, as its
moving parts may be damaged.
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• Do not store the phone in hot areas. High temperatures
can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage
batteries, and warp or melt certain plastics.
• Do not store the phone in cold areas. When the phone
warms up to its normal operating temperature, moisture
can form inside the phone, which may damage the
phone’s electronic circuit boards.
• Do not drop, knock or shake the phone. Rough handling
can break internal circuit boards.
• Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong
detergents to clean the phone. Wipe it with a soft cloth
slightly dampened in a mild soap-and-water solution.
• Do not paint the phone. Paint can clog the device’s
moving parts and prevent proper operation.
• Do not put the phone in or on heating devices, such as a
microwave oven, a stove or a radiator. The phone may
explode when overheated.
• When the phone or battery gets wet, the label indicating
water damage inside the phone changes colour. In this
case, phone repairs are no longer guaranteed by the
manufacturer's warranty, even if the warranty for your
phone has not expired.
• If your phone has a flash or light, do not use it too close
to the eyes of people or animals. This may cause damage
to their eyes.
• Use only the supplied or an approved replacement
antenna. Unauthorised antennas or modified accessories
may damage the phone and violate regulations governing
radio devices.
• If the phone, battery, charger or any accessory is not
working properly, take it to your nearest qualified service
facility. The personnel there will assist you, and if
necessary, arrange for service.
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Cautions for using the HDD in the
product
• Data stored on the HDD can be damaged by exterior
impacts, lightening, interruptions of electric power, static
electricity, user carelessness, and inferior product. Data
also can be deleted during repairs or initialization. Save
important data, like MP3 files, photos, and videos
separately. The manufacturer is not responsible for
damages caused by loss of data.
• If you unplug the cable or remove the battery while using
the HDD, the data in the HDD may be deleted or
corrupted. The manufacturer is not reponsible for
damages caused by loss of data.
• Magnets, TVs, monitors, speakers, and other items which
generate magnetic fields may cause operational
problems. Keep the product away from such objects. If
there is a problem, contact a service provider.
• Be careful when moving data between the product and a
PC using the USB cable. If the product turns off or the
USB cable is disconnected, the data in the HDD may be
damaged. If this happens, contact a service provider.
• If the battery is low, the HDD may not be recognized
correctly. Recharge the battery.
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Microsoft End User License
Agreement
• You have acquired a device (“DEVICE”) that includes
software licensed by Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. from
an affiliate of Microsoft Corporation (“MS”), for use in
connection with wireless network services provided under
separate agreement between you and a wireless
telecommunications provider (“Mobile Operator”). Those
installed software products of MS origin, as well as
associated media, printed materials, and “online” or
electronic documentation (“SOFTWARE”) are protected
by international intellectual property laws and treaties.
The SOFTWARE is licensed, not sold. All rights reserved.
• IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THIS END USER LICENSE
AGREEMENT (“EULA”), DO NOT USE THE DEVICE OR
COPY THE SOFTWARE. INSTEAD, PROMPTLY CONTACT
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. FOR INSTRUCTIONS
ON RETURN OF THE UNUSED DEVICE(S) FOR A REFUND.
ANY USE OF THE SOFTWARE, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO USE ON THE DEVICE, WILL
CONSTITUTE YOUR AGREEMENT TO THIS EULA (OR
RATIFICATION OF ANY PREVIOUS CONSENT).
• SOFTWARE includes software already installed on the
DEVICE (“DEVICE Software”) and MS software
contained on the CD-ROM disk (“Companion CD”).
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GRANT OF SOFTWARE LICENSE
This EULA grants you the following license:
DEVICE Software. You may use the DEVICE Software as
installed on the DEVICE. All or certain portions of the
DEVICE Software may be inoperable if you do not have and
maintain a service account with an appropriate Mobile
Operator, or if the Mobile Operator's network facilities are
not operating or configured to operate with the DEVICE
software.
COMPANION CD. Additional software for your personal
computer is included with your DEVICE, and you may
install and use the Microsoft® ActiveSync® component on
one (1) or more computers to exchange information with
one (1) or more computing devices that contain a
compatible version of the Microsoft® phone 2003
Software. For other software component(s) contained in
the Companion CD, you may install and use such
components only in accordance with the terms of the
printed or online end user license agreement(s) provided
with such component(s). In the absence of an end user
license agreement for particular component(s) of the
Companion CD, you may install and use only one (1) copy
of such component(s) on the DEVICE or a single computer
with which you use the DEVICE.
Microsoft® Outlook® 2002. If Microsoft Outlook 2002 is
included with your Device, the following terms apply to
your use of Microsoft Outlook 2002: (i) regardless of the
information contained in “Software Installation and Use”
section of the online EULA you may install one (1) copy of
Microsoft Outlook 2002 on one (1) computer to use,
exchange data, share data, access and interact with the
DEVICE, and (ii) the EULA for Microsoft Outlook 2002 is
between the Company and the end user - not between the
PC manufacturer and end user.
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DESCRIPTION OF OTHER RIGHTS
AND LIMITATIONS
• Speech/Handwriting Recognition. If the SOFTWARE
includes speech and/or handwriting recognition
component(s), you should understand that speech and
handwriting recognition are inherently statistical
processes; that recognition errors are inherent in the
processes; and that errors can occur in the component's
recognition of your handwriting, and the final conversion
into text. Neither Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. nor its
suppliers shall be liable for any damages arising out of
errors in the speech and handwriting recognition
processes.
• Limitations on Reverse Engineering, Decompilation
and Disassembly. You may not reverse engineer,
decompile, or disassemble the SOFTWARE, except and
only to the extent that such activity is expressly
permitted by applicable law notwithstanding this
limitation.
• Single DEVICE. The DEVICE Software is licensed with
the DEVICE as a single integrated product. The DEVICE
Software installed in read only memory (“ROM”) of the
DEVICE may only be used as part of the DEVICE.
• Single EULA. The package for the DEVICE may contain
multiple versions of this EULA, such as multiple
translations and/or multiple media versions (e.g., in the
user documentation and in the software). Even if you
receive multiple versions of the EULA, you are licensed to
use only one (1) copy of the DEVICE Software.
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• NOTICE REGARDING THE MPEG-4 VISUAL
STANDARD. The SOFTWARE may include MPEG-4 visual
decoding technology. MPEG LA, L.L.C. requires the
following notice:
USE OF THIS SOFTWARE IN ANY MANNER THAT
COMPLIES WITH THE MPEG 4 VISUAL STANDARD IS
PROHIBITED, EXCEPT FOR USE DIRECTLY RELATED TO
(A) DATA OR INFORMATION (i) GENERATED BY AND
OBTAINED WITHOUT CHARGE FROM A CONSUMER NOT
THEREBY ENGAGED IN A BUSINESS ENTERPRISE, AND
(ii) FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY; AND (B) OTHER USES
SPECIFICALLY AND SEPARATELY LICENSED BY MPEG LA,
L.L.C.
If you have questions regarding this Notice, please
contact MPEG LA, L.L.C., 250 Steele Street, Suite 300,
Denver, Colorado 80206; Telephone 303 331.1880; FAX
303 331.1879
• Rental. You may not rent or lease the SOFTWARE.
• Software Transfer. You may not permanently transfer
any of your rights under this EULA with regard to the
DEVICE Software or Companion CD, except as permitted
by the applicable Mobile Operator. In the event that the
Mobile Operator permits such transfer, you may
permanently transfer all of your rights under this EULA
only as part of a sale or transfer of the DEVICE, provided
you retain no copies, you transfer all of the SOFTWARE
(including all component parts, the media and printed
materials, any upgrades, this EULA and, if applicable, the
Certificate(s) of Authenticity), and the recipient agrees to
the terms of this EULA. If the SOFTWARE is an upgrade,
any transfer must include all prior versions of the
SOFTWARE.
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• Termination. Without prejudice to any other rights,
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. or MS may terminate this
EULA if you fail to comply with the terms and conditions
of this EULA. In such event, you must destroy all copies
of the SOFTWARE and all of its component parts.
• Security Updates. The SOFTWARE may include digital
rights management technology. If SOFTWARE does
contain digital rights management technology, content
providers are using the digital rights management
technology (“Microsoft DRM”) contained in the
SOFTWARE to protect the integrity of their content
(“Secure Content”) so that their intellectual property,
including copyright, in such content is not
misappropriated. Owners of such Secure Content
(“Secure Content Owners”) may, from time to time,
request MS, Microsoft Corporation or their subsidiaries to
provide security related updates to the Microsoft DRM
components of the SOFTWARE (“Security Updates”) that
may affect your ability to copy, display and/or play
Secure Content through Microsoft software or third party
applications that utilize Microsoft DRM. You therefore
agree that, if you elect to download a license from the
Internet which enables your use of Secure Content, MS,
Microsoft Corporation or their subsidiaries may, in
conjunction with such license, also download onto your
DEVICE such Security Updates that a Secure Content
Owner has requested that MS, Microsoft Corporation or
their subsidiaries distribute. MS, Microsoft Corporation or
their subsidiaries will not retrieve any personally
identifiable information, or any other information, from
your DEVICE by downloading such Security Updates.
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• Consent to Use of Data. You agree that MS, Microsoft
Corporation and their affiliates may collect and use
technical information gathered in any manner as part of
product support services related to the SOFTWARE. MS,
Microsoft Corporation and their affiliates may use this
information solely to improve their products or to provide
customized services or technologies to you. MS, Microsoft
Corporation and their affiliates may disclose this
information to others, but not in a form that personally
identifies you.
• Internet Gaming/Update Features. If the SOFTWARE
provides, and you choose to utilize, the Internet gaming
or update features within the SOFTWARE, it is necessary
to use certain computer system, hardware, and software
information to implement the features. By using these
features, you explicitly authorize MS, Microsoft
Corporation and/or their designated agent to use this
information solely to improve their products or to provide
customized services or technologies to you. MS or
Microsoft Corporation may disclose this information to
others, but not in a form that personally identifies you.
• Internet-Based Services Components. The
SOFTWARE may contain components that enable and
facilitate the use of certain Internet-based services. You
acknowledge and agree that MS, Microsoft Corporation or
their affiliates may automatically check the version of the
SOFTWARE and/or its components that you are utilizing
and may provide upgrades or supplements to the
SOFTWARE that may be automatically downloaded to
your Device.
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• Links to Third Party Sites. The SOFTWARE may
provide you with the ability to link to third party sites
through the use of the SOFTWARE. The third party sites
are not under the control of MS, Microsoft Corporation or
their affiliates. Neither MS nor Microsoft Corporation nor
their affiliates are responsible for (i) the contents of any
third party sites, any links contained in third party sites,
or any changes or updates to third party sites, or (ii)
webcasting or any other form of transmission received
from any third party sites. If the SOFTWARE provides
links to third party sites, those links are provided to you
only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does
not imply an endorsement of the third party site by MS,
Microsoft Corporation or their affiliates.
• Additional Software/Services. The SOFTWARE may
permit Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., MS, Microsoft
Corporation or their affiliates to provide or make
available to you SOFTWARE updates, supplements, addon components, or Internet-based services components
of the SOFTWARE after the date you obtain your initial
copy of the SOFTWARE (“Supplemental Components”).
• If Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. provides or makes
available to you Supplemental Components and no other
EULA terms are provided along with the Supplemental
Components, then the terms of this EULA shall apply.
• If MS, Microsoft Corporation or their affiliates make
available Supplemental Components, and no other EULA
terms are provided, then the terms of this EULA shall
apply, except that the MS, Microsoft Corporation or
affiliate entity providing the Supplemental Component(s)
shall be the licensor of the Supplemental Component(s).
• Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., MS, Microsoft Corporation
and their affiliates reserve the right to discontinue any
Internet-based services provided to you or made
available to you through the use of the SOFTWARE.
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UPGRADES AND RECOVERY MEDIA
• DEVICE Software. If the DEVICE Software is provided
by Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. separate from the
DEVICE on media such as a ROM chip, CD ROM disk(s) or
via web download or other means, and is labeled “For
Upgrade Purposes Only”, you may install one copy of
such DEVICE Software onto the DEVICE as a replacement
copy for the existing DEVICE Software and use it in
accordance with this EULA, including any additional EULA
terms accompanying the upgrade DEVICE Software.
• COMPANION CD. If any Companion CD component(s) is
provided by Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. separate from
the DEVICE on CD ROM disk(s) or via web download or
other means, and labeled “For Upgrade Purposes Only”,
you may (i) install and use one copy of such
component(s) on the computer(s) you use to exchange
data with the DEVICE as a replacement copy for the
existing Companion CD component(s).
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COPYRIGHT
All title and intellectual property rights in and to the
SOFTWARE (including but not limited to any images,
photographs, animations, video, audio, music, text and
“applets,” incorporated into the SOFTWARE), the
accompanying printed materials, and any copies of the
SOFTWARE, are owned by MS or its suppliers (including
Microsoft Corporation). You may not copy the printed
materials accompanying the SOFTWARE. All title and
intellectual property rights in and to the content which may
be accessed through use of the SOFTWARE is the property
of the respective content owner and may be protected by
applicable copyright or other intellectual property laws and
treaties. This EULA grants you no rights to use such
content. All rights not specifically granted under this EULA
are reserved by MS and its suppliers (including Microsoft
Corporation).
EXPORT RESTRICTIONS
You acknowledge that SOFTWARE is subject to U.S. export
jurisdiction. You agree to comply with all applicable
international and national laws that apply to the
SOFTWARE, including the U.S. Export Administration
Regulations, as well as end-user, end-use and destination
restrictions issued by U.S. and other governments. For
additional information, see http://www.microsoft.com/
exporting/.
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PRODUCT SUPPORT
Product support for the SOFTWARE is not provided by MS,
its parent corporation, Microsoft Corporation, or their
affiliates or subsidiaries. For product support, please refer
to Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. support number provided
in the documentation for the DEVICE. Should you have any
questions concerning this EULA, or if you desire to contact
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. for any other reason, please
refer to the address provided in the documentation for the
DEVICE.
NO LIABILITY FOR CERTAIN DAMAGES
EXCEPT AS PROHIBITED BY LAW, MS SHALL HAVE NO
LIABILITY FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL
OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM OR IN
CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE
SOFTWARE. THIS LIMITATION SHALL APPLY EVEN IF ANY
REMEDY FAILS OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE.
FOR APPLICABLE LIMITED WARRANTIES AND SPECIAL
PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO YOUR PARTICULAR
JURISDICTION, PLEASE REFER TO YOUR WARRANTY
BOOKLET INCLUDED WITH THIS PACKAGE OR PROVIDED
WITH THE SOFTWARE PRINTED MATERIALS.
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Declaration of Conformity (R&TTE)
For the following product:
GSM900/GSM1800/GSM1900 with Bluetooth
Smartphone
(Product description)
SGH-i300
(Model name)
Manufactured at:
- Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, 94-1 Imsoo-Dong, Gumi City, Kyung Buk, Korea 730-350*
(factory name, address)
to which this declaration relates, is in conformity with the following standards and/or other normative
documents.
Safety
: EN 60950-1:2001
EMC
: EN 301 489-01 v1.4.1 (08-2002)
EN 301 489-07 v1.2.1 (08-2002)
EN 301 489-17 v1.2.1 (08-2002)
SAR
: EN 50360:2001
Network
: EN 301 511 v9.0.2 (03-2003)
EN 50361:2001
EN 300 328 v1.4.1 (04-2003)
We hereby declare the [all essential radio test suites have been carried out and that] the above named product
is in conformity to all the essential requirements of Directive 1999/5/EC.
The conformity assessment procedure referred to in Article 10 and detailed in Annex[IV] of Directive 1999/5/
EC has been followed with the involvement of the following Notified Body(ies):
BABT, Balfour House, Churchfield Road,
Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 2TD, UK
Identification mark: 168
The technical documentation kept at:
Samsung Electronics Euro QA Lab.
which will be made available upon request.
(Representative in the EU)
Samsung Electronics Euro QA Lab.
Blackbushe Business Park, Saxony Way,
Yateley, Hampshire, GU46 6GG, UK
2005. 08. 26
(place and date of issue)
Yong-Sang Park / S. Manager
(name and signature of authorised person)
* It is not the address of the Samsung Service Centre. For the address or the phone number of Samsung Service Centre, see the
warranty card or contact the retailer where you purchased your phone.
* Some of the contents in this guide may differ from your phone,
depending on the software installed or your serivice provider.
World wide Web
http://www.samsungmobile.com
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